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http://www.archive.org/details/zonian1964balb 



Michael Basham 



Cynthia Case 



Richard Cressy 



Bonnie Crowell 



Barbara Denny 




the Zonian staff presents 



Marcia Dubbs 



Joan Dunn 



Linda Fawcett 



Patricia Grow 




Mary Ellen Hanley 




Lerlene Hayden 




Lorraine Leen 




Gail Mabry 



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Tita Milas 




Marsha Prevost 




Kay Ralston 




Renee Sargent 



THE 1964 ZONIAN 



Table of Contents 



'looking Backwards to Now' 



Administration 



Faculty 



Freshmen 



Sophomores 



Juniors 



Seniors 



Sports 



Activities 



Advertising 





DEDICATION 



The fact that his career started hi Balboa High is only one 
reason for the yearbook staff to take great pleasure in dedicat- 
ing the 1964 ZONIAN to Mr. Sigurd E. Esser. He has served 
the Canal Xone students loyally, both at Cristobal High and here 
at Balboa. This dedication is not to take the place of our per- 
petual gratitude, but rather to salute a man for a job ivell done. 



FOREWORD 



Since Vasco Nunez de Balboa's discovery of the Pacific Ocean, 
during the 16th century, man has dreamed of constructing a canal 
connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. 

In 1879, the French became the first to try to build a canal through 
Panama. However, they were unsuccessful because working as indi- 
vidual companies, without the backing of any government, they soon 
ran out of money and land their stockholders ran out of patience. 

In the meantime, the United States became interested in the canal 
project. On November 18, 1903, the United States signed a treaty with 
the Republic of Panama leasing the Property known as the Canal Zone. 

The construction was not easy, for they were faced with many 
difficulties which had to be overcome. Tons of mechanical equipment, 
as well as the effort of over one and a half million men were needed to 
complete the task of building the canal. In addition to this, the canal 
had to built through rugged terrain, jungles, and swampland. The 
tropical sun and deadly diseases of Panama were detremental to progress. 

Nature presented other delays to work on the canal. Sanitation 
and land slides were the two major problems. There was brush to be 
cleared, swamps to be drained, and grass to be cut. Many buildings 
and areas had to be fumigated and solutions had to be found for what 
became an immense refuse disposal problem. 



Eventually all these problems were solved b ythe development of 
new and better machinery and the advancement in the control of tropical 
diseases and associated difficulties. 

Finally, in 1914, the main construction of the Panama Canal was 
completed and the first commercial ship, the U.S.S. Ancon, was allowed 
to transit. This event was the climax of eleven years of hard work 
and struggle. 

In fifty years of operation, the Panama Canal has served the United 
States, as well as the world, in commerce and defense. 

In recognizing the 50th anniversary of the canal, we must also 
remember that Balboa High is celebrating its 50th commencement. 
During the past fifty years the classes of Balboa High have watched it 
develope and grow. Fifty years ago the spot where BHS now stands was 
nothing more than swampland. The first Balboa High School was a 
two-story wooden frame building, which later was replaced by the 
present day Balboa Elementary School. This white concrete building 
bore the name of Balboa High School for approximately 1 8 years, until 
1942, when our high school was finally constructed. 

Balboa High School has benefited it's students, as the Canal has 
benefited the world. So, on this Golden Anniversary, the 1964 
ZONIAN attempts to commemorate these fifty years in this issue. 



Looking 




Ciilebra Cut; November 24. 1914. 



Backward 



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Now 



Thachc-r Ferry Bridge, 1964 




Goethah Memorial; erected in memory of General 
George Goethah who was the engineer in charge of 
constructing the canal. 




Balboa, 1916 




Balboa and Balboa Heights area 1964. 
{Note the changes). 




Gailiard Cut — Ctilebra. Looking south from west 
bank. Channel completely blocked by slides-, from 
East and West Banks. Dredges excavating slide ma- 
terial. Nov. 18, 1915. 





"P- G. Thulin" passing Contractor's Hill, assisted by 
tug Arraijan. October 5- I960- 




Madden Dam. February 21, 1929. 




Madden Dam. February, 1965. 




Pedro Miguel Locks and surroundings. Looking south 
from Paraiso. October 20, 1914- 




Pedro Miguel Locks. 1963- 




Pedro Migtwl Locks in operation. 1963. 





ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF 



SUPERINTENDENT 



AND STAFF 




Mr. De Armas 



Mr. Horz 



Mr. Wolf 



Mr Pettingill 



Mr. Byrd 



Mr. Castles 



Mr. Esser 



Mr Anderson Mr. Bransretrer 



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MR. S E. ESSER 

Superintendent of Schools 

MR F. A. CASTLES 

Asst. Superintendent, U.S. Schools 

MR. J. S. PETTINGILL, 
Asst. to Superintendent 

MR. A. H. BYRD 

Administrative and Budget Officer 

DR. K. E. LAKE 

Coordinator of Curriculum 

MR. T. F. HOTZ 

Supervisor of Instruction. U.S. Secondary Schools 

MRS- F. F. SAMPSELL 

Supervisor of Instruction. U.S. Secondary Schools 

MR. J. M. WOLF, 

Coordinator, Special Education 

MR. L. H. DE ARMAS 
Supervisor of Spanish 

MR. R E. ANDERSON 

Superv., P, E. and Athletics, U. S. Schools 

MR. N. V. BRANSTETTER 
Supervisor of Music 



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David A. Speir, Jr. 



Principal 
Balboa High School 



Mr. Speir was born in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. He graduated from Robert E. Lee 
High School in 1941 and entered Georgia Military College, from which he graduated 
in 1942. During W.W. I, he served with the 13th Air Force in the South Pacific. He 
WE discharged on December 23, 1945, and on December 31st, he married his high school 
sweetheart. In 1946, Mr. Speir entered William and Mary at Williamsburg, Virginia. 
There the Speir's son, David, was born. Mr. Speir graduated in 1947, with an A.B. m 
History. He taught at Fletcher High School in Jacksonville for 3 years, meanwhile 
working for his Master's degree at the University of Florida, which he obtained in 1949. 
Mr. Speir came to the Canal Zone in 1951. He has been at B.H.S. for 13 years; 8 as 
a classroom teacher of U.S. History and American Institutions, 2 as assistant principal, 
and this is his third year as principal. 





Miss Dorothv Folse 
Secretary 



Mrs. Sue Hawk 
Secretary 




S/igar — (/ great source of energy.' 



Mrs. Eva Herrera 
Secretary 



Mrs. Priscilla Lane 
Secretary 






JOHN C KNICK 
Assistant Principal 
Clifton Forge, Virginia 
University of Virginia 
BA., M.Ed. 




Do you think Mr. Knick would like the new ele- 
phant joke? 




Mrs. Dora Higgins 






Miss Donna Stuebe 



Miss Marie Weir 



Girls' Counselors 



Boys' Counselors 





Mr. David Baglien 



Mr. George Walters 



Clinic 





Doctor Pritham 



Nurse Skeie and patient 



Library 





Miss Grace Rider 



Mrs. Chollar 




FACULTY 



ENGLISH 



In order to succeed in this ever-changing world, the ability to express oneself clearly 
and intelligently is a must. Our English teachers have made the learning of this both 
possible and enjoyable. We also grew to appreciate and know literature from all over 
the world. 




Hold on, Mr. Greene, the day is almost over! 




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MARY S. BRIGHAM 

Battle Creek, Michigan 
English 10, English 1 1-A 
Battle Creek College, B.A. 
Columbia University, M.A. 



FREDERICK S. BROWN 
Canutillo, Texas 
English, Journalism 
University of Washington. B.A. 
University of New Mexico 
M.A. 



DOROTHY M. DARCY 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
English 

University of Pennsvlvania 
B.S. 



JOHN R. DEKLE 
Tampa, Florida 
English 12C&G 
Florida State University 
B.A., M.A. 



RAYMOND B. GREENE 
Bay City, Michigan 
English, Speech-Drama 
Arizona State University 
B.A., M.A. 




JANE GRUVER 
Dallas, Texas 
English 

Mary Hardin, Baylor University 
B.A. 












MAUDENE KEEN 
Mavisdale, Virginia 
English II 

Redford College, B.S. 
University of Florida 
M.Ed. 



HERBERT WILSON KNAPP 
Kansas Gty, Missouri 
English 

University of Missouri 
B.S., M.A. 



HAZEL P. MATTHEWS 
Scottsboro, Alabama 
English 10 
George Peabody College for 

Teachers, M.A. 
Alabama College, A.B. 






JOE A. NORTON 
San Jose, California 
English 

San Jose State College 
B.A., M.A. 



NANCY SCOTT 
Normal, Illinois 
English 12C 
University of Illinois 
B.A., M.A. 



CHARLES M. TATMAN 

Mill town, New Jersey 

English 

Temple University, B.A. 

Rutgers University, M.S. 






CHARLES H. WALL 

Union town, Pennsylvania 

English 

Waynesburg College, B.A. 

University of Arkansas, M.A. 



H. LORING WHITE 

Sidney, Nebraska 
English 12C 

University of Connecticut 
A.B., M.A. 



C. M. DUKE WILSON 
Jacksonville Beach, Florida 
English 

University of Florida 
B.A., M.A. 





Alternate: 

MRS. PREVOST 



HELEN S. WITKIN 

Lewisburg, West Virginia 

English 

West Virginia University, B.A. 

University of Minnesota, M.A. 



ERNEST B. WRIGHT 

Dallas, Texas 
English 

University of Oklahoma 
B.A., M.Ed. 



SOCIAL STUDIES 



The history of nations is one of the most interesting and rewarding subject courses a 
student can take. Balboa High School offers many such courses. In this modern world, 
a knowledge of your own nation, as well as foreign nations is rewarding and just plain 
good sense. 




This "Ignorance is Bliss" maxim can he car- 
ried too far! 




RONALD CAPPON 
Adrian, Michigan 
U.S. History 
Adrian College, B.A. 
Eastern Michigan University 
M.A. 




HAROLD L. CHAPPLLL 
Dodgeville, Wisconsin 
U.S. History, World Geography 
Wisconsin State College, B.S. 
Colorado State College, M.A. 




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FRANK J. DeGEER 

Colorado Springs, -Colorado 

History 

Colorado State, B.A. 

University of Texas, M.A. 



FRANK GATELY 

Boston, Massachusetts 
American Institutions 
Boston State College. B.S. 
Boston University, M.A. 



EDWARD W. HATCHETT, JR. 

Balboa, Canal Zone 
American Institutions 
University of New Mexico, 

B.B.A. 
Arizona State University, M.A. 




WALTER M. MIKULICH 

Bessemer, Michigan 

U.S. History 

Moorhead State College, B.E. 

State University of Iowa, M.A. 




ROY E. KNOOP 

Evergreen, Colorado 
World History, World 

Geography 
Ohio Wesleyan University 

B.A. 
Columbia University, M.A. 



MAYME JONES PREVOST 

Eureka, North Carolina 
World Geography 
University of North Carolina 
B.S.S.A. 






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RUSKIN TEETER 

Conway, Arkansas 

Social Studies 

University of Arkansas, M.A. 



PATRICIA F. VAN EVERA 

Boulder, Colorado 

U. S. History 

Hamline University, B.A. 

University of Minnesota, M.A. 



G. V. WILDE 
Santa Rosa, California 
World Geography 
Chico State College 
B.A., M.A. 



NATURAL SCIENCE 




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And he expects me to dissect THAT? 



Pensive Mr. Seaquist 



One of America's most significant advances is in the scientific fields. Our science classes 
discover new things and rediscover old with great senses of accomplishment and en- 
joyment. Aided by our microscopes, bunsen burners, and slide rules, science students 
learn about the things that make our world run. 




JOHN A. BANASICK 
Scottdale, Pennsylvania 
General Science 
^Vcst Virginia University 
B.S., M.A. 




DICK W. COLLVER 

Billings, Montana 

General Science 

Eastern Montana College, B.S. 

Colorado State College, M.A. 




JAMES N. COOK 

Baileysville, West Virginia 

Biology 

Marshall University, A.B., M.A. 






WALTER M. O. FISCHER 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Chemistry 

University of Chicago, B.S. 

Columbia University, M.A. 



LAWRENCE E. FRALEY 
Boulder, Colorado 
Physics 

University of Colorado 
B.A., M.B.S. 



WILLIAM HANSHAW 

St. Johns, Arizona 

Chemistry 

Nebraska State Teachers 

College, B.S. 

University of South Dakota 

M.Ed. 

University of Arizona, M.S.T. 






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FRANK Y. HUKILL 
Lexington, Kentucky 
Biology 

University of Kentucky 
B.S., M.A. 



LYLE V. JENKINS 

Oregon 

Biology 

Portland State College, B.S. 

Oregon State University, M.S. 



ELTON H. OTWELL 
Jasper, Alabama 
Physics 

Auburn University 
B.S., M.S. 



REX ROBINSON 
Carbon Hill, Alabama 
General Science 
University of Alabama 
B.S., M.A. 



J.- WESTON SEAQUIST 

Sister Bay, Wisconsin 

Biology 

University of Wisconsin, Ph.B. 

New York University, M.A. 





GEORGE M. WILLINGHAM 
Lakeland. Florida 
Chemistry 

Alabama Poly. Insts. 
B.S., M.S. 



MATHEMATICS 



A sound knowledge of the basic principles of Mathematics is one thing that no one 
should be without. Balboa High School offers excellent courses in Geometry, Algebra, 
Trigonometry, and advanced and general Mathematics. The Science of Numbers offers 
many challenges and rewarding experiences to the conscientious student. 




"Mathematics make m^n subtile" 




NORMA BARKMAN 

Eekton, Kentucky 

Mathematics 

Austin Peay State College, B.S. 






W. EUGENE BONDURANT 
Reidsville, North Carolina 
Algebra 1 
Duke University A.B.. M.Ed. 



GEORGE W. CASE 
Oak Harbor, Washington 
Algebra 1 

Northern Idaho College of Edu- 
cation, B.A. 
University of Oregon, M.Ed. 



LESTER D. HUMMEL 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Mathematics 
Duquesne University 
B.A., M.A. 





GLENDON KRIESE 

Minot, North Dakota 

Algebra 1 and II 

Minot State College, B.S. 

Colorado State College, M.A. 



J. HUNT 
Bemidji, Minnesota 
General Math, Algebra I 
Bemidji State, B.A. 
University of North Dakota 
M.A. 



LESTER HUTCHINSON 

Sacramento. California 
Geometry, Algebra 
University of Idaho, B.S. 
Arizona State University 
M.A. 






KARL W. SHIRLEY 

Hereford, Texas 

Algebra II, Solid Geometry 

Texas Christian University 

M.A. 
West Texas State, M.Ed. 



GORDON B. SMALL, JR. 
Rye, New York 
Trigonometry, Algebra I and II 
Bowdoin College, A.B. 
Brown University, M.A. 



BILLY L. TURNEY 

Tahlequah, Oklahoma 

Mathematics 

Northeastern Oklahoma State 

College, B.A. 
University of Arkansas, M.S. 
University of Houston, D.Ed. 




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Alternates: 

MR. OTWELL 
MR. BATALDEN 



HENRY J. WILLIAMS, JR. 

Perry, Florida 
Mathematics 
University of Florida 
B.S., B.A.. M.Ed. 



DORIS H. WILLINGHAM 
Fort Payne, Alabama 

Mathematics 

Auburn University, B.S. 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES 




Do7ide estd la salon de belleza? 




With modern-day communications, it is indeed, a "small world." Knowledge of foreign 
languages is not only an enjoyable ability, but it is fast becoming almost indispensable 
for foreign travel. Besides learning the language grammatically, the pupils are ac- 
quainted with the countries of these languages, both historically and culturally. Literary 
classics of the countries are also studied. 





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GERTRUDE ARMIJO 

Las Vegas, New Mexico 

Spanish 

University of New Mexico 

B.A. 
University of Wisconsin, M.A. 
New Mexico Highlands 

University, M.A. 



CLAUDE M. AYCOCK 

Rocky Mount, North C.inilina 

Spanish 

University of North Carolina 

A.B. 
Columbia University. M.A. 



RUBY M. BISSETT 
Birmingham, Alabama 
Spanish 

Howard College, A.B. 
Womans Missionary Union 
Training School. M.R.E. 







CLINTON C. CARNEY. JR. 
La Jolla, California 

Spanish 

University of Southern 
California, A.B., M.A. 



LIGIA DE ARMAS 

Colon, Rep. of Panama 
Spanish 

Michigan State University 
B.A., M.A. 



SHIRLEY R. HASELDEN 

Orlando, Florida 

French 

Wesleyan College, A.B. 

University of Florida, M.A. 



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STEPHEN R. PECK 

Los Angeles, California 
Spanish 

University of Southern 
California, B.A., M.A. 



BEATRIZ F. PEREZ 

Panama, Rep. of Panama 

Spanish 

Marycrest College, B.A. 

State University of Iowa, M.A. 



VERA M. PERRY 

Evansville, Indiana 

Latin 

Evansville College, B.A. 

Indiana University, M.S. 





Alternate: 
DR. KENNEDY 



MICHAEL POOL 

Dumas, Texas 

Spanish 

Southern Methodist University 

B.A. 
University of Michigan 



DONALD R. WILCOX 
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 
Spanish 

Augustana College, A.B. 
University of South Dakota 
M.A. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




STEWART J. BROWN 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Health, Physical Education 
University of Pittsburgh 
B.S., M.Ed. 



The recent nation-wide Physical Fitness program has drawn attention to the physical 
well-being of the American youth. Balboa High School provides four years of excellent, 
compulsory physical education to all students. This program is a healthy, enjoyable 
outlet for excess energy and it is invaluable in its benefits toward our physical and 
mental well-being. 







DONALD J. CONNOR 
Pasco, Washington 
Health, Physical Education 
Washington State University 
B.S., M.S. 



CECIL HERBERT 

RAYBOURN 
Panama, Rep. of Panama 
Physical Education 
Bradley University B.S. 
East Texas State University 

M.S. 



MICHAEL E. SMITH 
Eden Prairie, Minnesota 
Health, Physical Education 
University of Minnesota 
B.S., M.Ed. 





PATRICIA A. LEHMAN 

St. Joseph, Missouri 
Physical Education 
Northwest Missouri State 
College, B.S., M.S. 




CECELIA M. DAWSON 

St. Petersburg, Florida 
Health, Physical Education 
University of Florida, B.S. 




JULIA M. HARDIN 

Juliette, Georgia 

Physical Education 

G.W.C., B.S. 

Florido State University, M.S. 




LEONA J. KNIGHT 
Needville, Texas 
Physical Education 
Sam Houston State College 

B.S. 
University of Tennessee, M.S. 



CLEMENTINE E. YOUNG 

Cheyenne, Wyoming 
Physical Education, Health 
Saint Catherine College, B.S. 
Columbia University, M.A. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION 



Business Education provides much needed training for young men and women in the 
fields of typing, shorthand, accounting, and other fundamentals necessary to the person 
interested in entering a business of any kind. It will enable them to find a place in 
the business world. 




GEORGE J. BETTLE 

Myers, Montana 

Typing 

Montana State University, B.S. 

Universitty of Oregon, M.S. 






VIVIAN S. DE LA MATER 

Austin, Texas 

Shorthand 

Southwestern University, B.B.A. 

University of Texas, M.Ed. 



MRS. MURPPHY 
Typing 



NARCISA ZARATE 

EI Paso, Texas 

Advanced Typing & General 

Business 
University of New Mexico, B.S. 
New Mexico State University 

M.A, 



HOME ECONOMICS 




Future homemaker? 



Home Economics teaches young women the fundamentals of household management, 
menu planning, nutrition, and basic sewing guides. During the year the students par- 
ticipate in style shows and make and serve menus to their classmates. 





ALICE WHITTAKER 

LATIMER 
Montclair, New Jersey 
Home Economics 
Simmons College, B.S. 
Columbia University, M.A. 



VIRGINIA L. NORTON 
Phoenix, Arizona 
Home Economics 
Arizona State University 
B.A., M.A. 



FINE ARTS 



In the Art and Music courses of Balboa High School, the pupils learn the basics of 
orchestration, band and the fundamentals of drawing. The Art classes put up colorful 
and educational billboard displays and the Orchestra and Band practice for musical 
presentation throughout the year. The Choral groups present different recitals during 
the year, also. 





VICTOR A. HERR 

Everett, Washington 
Band and Orchestra 
Columbia University, M.A. 




DR. KENNEDY 



MRS. JOHNSON 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



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CALMKR A. BATALDEN 
Lomberton, Minnesota 
Mcchanicjl Drawing 
Bradley University, B.S. 
Pennsylvania State University 
M.S. 



The health, welfare, comfort, and productivity of nations are interwoven with new 
developments in industrial arts. At Balboa High School, under the leadership of the 
shop teachers, students are learning the theories, applications, and noteworthy advances 
in this field through iwokwork and actual experience. The course provides knowledge 
of the principles of wood and metal work which must be known by those wishing to 
enter this field of vocation. 





MR.. ANDERSON 



MR. BERG 



ROTC 



The Reserve Officers' Training Corps trains 
it's cadets in basic military procedures and 
tactics. The Annual Field Night and six 
weeks Reviews have become popular insti- 
tutions at Balboa High School. 




MAJOR EDWARD M. 

QUIGLEY, JR. 
Louisville, Kentucky 






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S/SGT. MILTON L. BRIDGES 
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 



S/SGT. DANIEL J. LEHAN 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 



S/SGT. ANTHONY LEONARDI 
Chicago, Illinois 




Monday!!! 





Well Hamlet ivas supposed to die in the 
last act, wasn't he? 




Wait a minute I want a few 
copies of this picture! 




No questions? Of course! 



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THE ESCUTCHEON 



FRESHMEN 



As with most things there must be a beginning. In creating a coat- 
of-arms, or an individual for that matter, there must be a blank on which 
to work. With the coat-of-arms it is the escutcheon; with the individual 
it is the person at each point of beginning in his life. The escutcheon is 
the clean surface, shaped in the form of a shield and made of a hard and 
durable material. The escutcheon has many forms, each representing, a 
certain lineage or ideal. But whatever its form, the surface enclosed by 
its wrought outline is clean, free of blemish, a tabla rasa awaiting the 
first touch of the engraver's tool. 

And so is it true of the individual, who comes in many shapes and 
sizes — each representing a race, a color, a creed. 



Freshman 

Class 
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Roy Wilson, President 



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Jane Wilson, Vice-President 




Secretary 






Freshman 
Class 



Officers 




One Way? 



As our year started, and confusion 



Vivian Abbot, Charles Adams, 
Donald Adams, Harry Albaugh, 
Camilo Alfaro, Carlos Alfaro, Jef- 
frey Allen, Matthew Allen, Rich- 
ard Allen. 



Elba Almodovar, John Andrews, 
Mary Andrews, Ricky Appin, Mary 
Arenz, Lenore Armijo, Anne Ar- 
ras, Wayne Arruda, Douglas Art- 



ley. 



Fred Atkinson, Leo Austin, Elba 
Ayala, Wayne Azrak, Alice Bag- 
gott, Stephen Bailey, Wanda Baker. 
Charles Balch, Bill Baldwin. 



Merri Bandy, Emily Banks, William 
Banks, Clara Bartechi, John Bates, 
Alice Bauer, David Bell, Don Ben- 
ham, Linda Bell. 



Clair Berlin, Bettie Bernard, Charles 
Bertolette, Louis Bertoli, Raymond 
Bierbaum, Vickie Bitterman, Re- 
becca Blackmon, Thomas Boriotti, 
Deanna Boswell. 



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changed to joy, the Class of '67 





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Sharon Botzenmayer, James Bowen, 
Diane Boyd, Robert Beyer, Kathy 
Brady, Randy Brazile, Mike Brels- 
ford, Maria Elena Bremer, Gerald 
Brennam. 



Richard Bright, Clark Bristol, Gil- 
bert Brook, Lindsay Brooks, Rich- 
ard Brooks, Shermane Brooks, 
Brenda Brown, Martha Brown, 
Robert Brown. 



Donald Browne, Richard Brzezin- 
ski, Anthony Burich, John Bush, 
Michael Byrne, Frank Cain, David 
Camby, Edwin Campany, Mabel 
Canham. 



Marie Carney, Jon Carlson, Wil- 
liam Carpenter, James Carter, 
Gregory Cascante, Mary Case, Lin- 
da Cassady, Ana Castillo, Jeannette 
Castro. 



William Cawl, Robert Chalmers, 
James Chancey, Gerald Chandon- 
net, John Charbonneau, Constant 
Chase, Elena Chodakowski, Alfaro 
Clark, Nancy Clarke. 




Blue Monday. 



Bob Cleghorn 
Robert Cleveland 

Elizabeth Clouse 



Carl Cobb 
Eibon Cobb 
Mark Cobb 



Susan Coffey 
John Cole 
Christina Collins 



James Cook 
Rocky Cookes 
Rory Comerio 



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John Conoan, Carl Cornn, Michael 
Corrigan, Michael Corwin, Robert 
Couch, Shirley Couch, Jean 
Cowles, James Crane. 



Gladys Craf, Peggy Culet, James 
Cressy, Karen Davis, Lawerence 
Davis, Nancy David, John Dees, 
Peter Dehlinger. 



Liliana De La Guardia, William 
Deming, David Denny, Lois Den- 
ton, Robert Derrick, Frank De- 
veau, Willie Dew, Yadira Diaz. 



Jim Dilfer, Roger Di Rosa, Carolyn 
Dixon, Linda Dixon, James Dolan, 
Neil Doherty, Robert Donley, John 
Donovan. 



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Maxene Dudgeon 
Janice Dudley 



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Jose Gabriel Duque 

William Ebperson 



Margaret Edberg 
William Eddelman 
Candace Elder 



Gregory Elefterin 
Denise Elia 
Michael Elisberg 




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Susan Engelke, Charles Ernst, Ri- 
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Joseph Eytalis, James Fehrenbach, 
Valerie Fernandez, Juan Ferrufino. 



Norma Figueroa, David Finn, Gary 
Folger, Karen Forehand, William 
Foster, Fred Foxx, Catherine Frau- 
enheim, Carrie Frensley. 



Katrina Fritts, Ralph Furlong, Re- 
becca Galdeno, Bertha Galla, An- 
drea Garavanta, Glenda Garner, 
Robert Garzo, Roberta Garza. 



Regina Gasperi, Fred Gemmell. Paul 
Gilman, Lauren Glass, Louis Glot- 
zer. Bill Gough, James Goulding, 
Eddie Gomez. 




Future Scientists? 



We participated in activities 



Alfredo Gonzalez, Juan Gonzalez, 
Myrna Gonzalez, Charles Greham, 
Arthur Green, Suzanne Green, 
Gwen Gregg, Ivonne Hall. 



Susan Hall, William Hall. Mary 
Hager, Susan Halley, Robyn Ham- 
metter, Mary Hanks, John Hanley, 
Patricia Hannigan. 



Warren Hansen, Michael Harold. 
Gail Harrison, Rita Hassler. Mar- 
cella Hawk. Patricia Hayes, James 
Head, Linda Helm. 



Beatriz Herrera, Russell Herring- 
ton, Ines Hertz, Joanne Hey. Geoff 
Hibner, Elsa Hickey, Pamela Hig- 
gins, Sidney Hilliard. 



PrisciUa Hobday. Davelle Hoff, 
Gene Holcomb, Jane Holcroft, 
Bruce Homa, Celes Homan, Sharon 
Howard, Charles Howe. 





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Humphrey, Michele Humma, Louis 
Husted, Nidia Husted, Stephen 
Hyre, James Jackson, Mary Jackson. 



Dennis January, Bob Jeffrey, James 
Jenner, Margarita Jilli, Lesbia John- 
son, Sherry Johnson, Frankie Jones, 
James Jones, Katherine Jones. 



Patricia Jones, Robert Jordan, 
Frank Joyner, Chris Jurgens, Bern- 
hard Keefe, James Keesling, Gregory 
Keggins, Robert Kelley, Richard 
Kelly. 



Robert Kerr, Karen Keys, Donald 
Kimbrel, William Kimbrough, 
Kathleen Kimsey, Kevin Kingsbury, 
Anita Kinner, Brian Kirkman, 
Charlie Klette. 



Phillip Kloshe, George Kooken, 
John Kotalik, Vivian Kosan, John 
Koslowski, Joseph Kralich, Arthur 
Krapfl, Patricia Krise, Rhonda 
Kristoff. 




Walter Lair 
Kyrt Lane 
James Lansberry 
Ivonne Lavendar 



Susan Lavallee 
Dennis Learned 
Clif Le Blanc 
Vielka Lee 



Michael Leighton 
Lorin Lessiak 
Jean Lindh 
Richard Lindo 



Gregory Liana 
Stephen Liana 
James Lopez 
Manuel Lopez 



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Lucas, Wilfredo Lugo, Brenda Luke, 
Diana Ma, Patrick Macdonell. 



Marlene Major, Robert Mallahan, 
Richard Mallahan, John Malene, 
Ernest Malone, Michael Malone, 
Sharon Mann, Delories Manning. 



Sybil Markun, Bonnie Marlow, 
David Marshall Linda Marshall, 
Michele Martin, Pedro Martinez, 
Vernon May, Michael McCauley. 
Thomas McCarragher. 



Kathy McClure, David McCon- 
aughey, Roberta McCoy, Mike Mc- 
Dermott, Donald McEniry, James 
McFadden, Barbara McGarth, David 
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Valerie Mclntire 
Kevin McKenna 
Paul McKenna 



William McLeod 
Robert McQueary 
Michael Melant 
Maria Mengel 



Anne Metivier 
Lois Meyer 
Zachary Michaelis 
Juanita Milas 



Lourdes Millor 
Donna Mills 
Phillip Mock 
Fernando Monterroso 




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Clara Moore, Henry Morfi, Maria 
Morfi, Rosaurita Mourino, Edna 
Murdock, Richard Murdock, Joseph 
Murphy, Robert Murphy, George 
Myers. 



Ellen Naylor, Michael Nehring, 
Daniel Nelson, Ramon Nieoes, 
Susan Nusbaum, Patricia O'Brien, 
John O'Connor, Margie Ollar, 
Carrie Orr. 



Richard Osborn, Fernando Ostrea, 
Laura Pajak, Sandra Palenchar, 
Elsa Pardo, Linda Park, Stephen 
Parker, Linda Perry, Janet Perry. 



Joel Perantie, Ann Pescod, Lynn 
Peterson, Gale Phillips, Frances 
Piaia, Ellen Plata, Richard Plucker, 
Charles Pollock, Luc Prefontaine. 




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"On Balboa" 



We worked for school spirit. 



Lawrence Price, Charles Pritham, 
Arnes' Proback, Tommy Pustis, 
Pruscille Pryer, Silvia Quijano, 
Larry Quinn, Billy Quiros, Jayne 
Ralston. 



Jo Ann Rateau, Linda Razo, Mary 
Reilly, Ronald Renner, Tommy 
Reyes, Brenda Rhea, Craig Rhodes, 
Georgia Rios. Jaime Rios. 



Kathleen Robbins, Golda Robertson, 
Jeanne Robertson, Steven Rocker. 
Vesta Rodgers, Elida Rodriguez, 
Victoria Rodriguez, Leslie Roe, Bob 
Roelsc. 



Larry Rodgers, Philip Rogers, Eliza- 
beth Rose, Mary Rose, David Rowe, 
Dixie Rowe, Pamela Rowe, James 
Saarinen, Nikki Sabo. 









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James Schafer, Tanya Schoch, Al- 
bert Schonert, Margarec Scofield, 
Vicki Schoch, Kenneth Scott, 
Walter Scott. 



Sam Scribner, Crystal Scully, Orval 
Searcy, Gerry Seldon, Allen Sellers, 
Beverly Sener, Mary Sharp. 



Charles Shields, Charles Shirer, 
Milton Short, Roy Shuey, Tony 
Silva, Catherine Slager, Margaret 
Slover. 



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Catherine Smith, Connie Smith, 
Patricia Smith, Patrick Smith, 
Richard Smith, Robert Smith, Rus- 
sell Smith, Wesley Smith. William 
Smith. 



Earl Sollami, Richard Sollami, Jane 
Sooy, Bill Sooy, Miguel Sotomayor, 
Sandra South, Robert Speaks, Philip 
Spencer, John Spinelli. 



Martha Spinney, Robert Stanley, 
Philip Steers, John Steiner, James 
Stephan, Larry Stephens, Kay 
Stephenson, Elizabeth Stetler. Paul 
Stetler. 



Violita Steeler, James Stevenson, 
Noralyn Stewart, Susan Stewart, 
Kerry Stratford, Charles St. John, 
Lothar Stover, Kirkman Stringfel- 
low, Janet Stuart. 



Duncan Summerford, Bernice Swaf- 
ford, Judith Swiney. Marcia Tab- 
bert, Arnold Talbott, Edgar Talley, 
Harold Taylor. Collen Tects. Billy 
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Carl Thompson. Sheila Thompson, 
James Thompson, John Thompson. 
Dale Thornburg, Emily Tinker, 
Gwendolyn Todd. Timothy Tobnd. 
Marit7.a Toledo. 



Richard Tranum, Preston Trim, 
Ben Trotter, Bill Trotter, Barbara 
Valentine, Sandra Valentmi, James 
Van Loon, Sharon Van Winkle, 
Natividad Vecchione. 



Carmen Vieto, Cefermo Villamil, 
James Violette, Jamie Vogel, Cheryl 
Waide, Gerald Waguespack, Marcell 
Walker, James Wall, Albert Wal- 
lace. 



Judy Walton, Debbie Ward, Mary 
Wargacki, Victoria Wargacki, Kath- 
ryn Warren, Steve Washburn, Con- 
nie Weaver, Fredrick Webster, 
Edwin Weeks. 



and now we look to the future. 



Jerry Whitaker, Douglas Whitley, 
Harry Whitney, Robert Wilcox, 
BUI Williams, O'lynn Williams, 
Jeanette Will, Sandra Wills, Harold 
Wilson. 



Rebecca Winborn, Mary Ann Win- 
klosky, Henry Winter, Judith Wit- 
kin, Nellie Wood, Sandra Wood, 
Cathy Wright, Stanley Wright, 
Stephanie Wynshaw. 



Richard Yost, Maria Cartagenia, 
Ada Cartagenia, Pat McDonald, 
William Hughes, Lonnic Miller, 
Ralph Stinson, David Trahan. 



Jane Wilson 
Roy Wilson 
Michael Andrews 





THE FIELD 



SOPHOMORES 



Enclosed by the outline of the escutcheon, the first sketches are laid 
on the surface of the field. The design is incomplete; it blurs many 
times as it changes and evolves. When the artist's primary design is 
established, he sets to work indicating it in the initial lines. He sketches 
with a light pen the basic outline of his idea. Then he applies for the 
first time his sharp-edged blade to the surface. He does not carve 
deeply, as he is yet undecided upon his final pattern. In the same 
fashion, so does the sharp-edged blade of experience cut away the less 
durable material which conceals the individual's personality. The work 
seems too slowly accomplished and a sense of incompleteness often tends 
to hide the process. But the first engravings shape themselves into an 
evolving design as both the field and the individual stand forth against 
their backgrounds. 



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Duke Wilson 
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Miguel Osborne 
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Sarah Runnestrand 
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Why do elephants climb trees? 



We, the class of '66. 



Helen Aanstoos 
David Albanese 
Eduardo Alfaro 
Maritza Aizpurua 
Irene Alexander 
Eric AUemano 
Ralph Allemano 
Leonard Allen 
Norman Allen 

Ralph Ailyn 
Mary Almquist 
Cheryl Alpert 
Adriana Alvarado 
Susan Alves 
Betty Anderson 
Candace Anderson 
Miriam Anderson 
Eric Andrews 

Robert Arbough 
Courtly n Armstrong 
Diane Arnold 
Robert Askew 
Alcinda Atkins 
Leisa Atkins 
Christine Atwell 
Adela Bacot 
Arthur Baggott 

Lynn Baglien 
Michael Bailey 
Rubye Baker 
Barry Balch 
Susan Barb 
John Barb 
Jenny Barkema 
Nancy Basham 
Teresa Bay 




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Charles Beardall 
Eda Beechner 
Florinda Beechner 
Michael Bell 
Susan Bell 
Diana Bembenek. 
Eridia Benitez 
Morgan Benson 
Roberta Berger 

Cheryl Berryhill 
David Bilbrey 
Pattie Bittel 
Barrett Blackard 
Gerald Blake 
Alan Blumberg 
Sandra Blumberg 
Elaine Boehning 
Catherine Boggs 

Bill Boiler 
Regina Booker 
Patricia Booth 
Andres Borrero 
Nelson Borrero 
Robert Boukalis 
Sandra Bowen 
James Brady 
Margaret Branstetter 

Wayne Brassey 
Balfoure Brenes 
Margaret Brook 
Anderson Brown 
Beverly Brown 
Kelvin Brown 
Carol Browne 
Robert Bruce 
Marie Bruland 





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Marion Bundy 
Margaret Bunnell 
Katherine Burton 
Austin Byrd 
John Cain 



Marta Calleja 
Jerry Campion 
Cynthia Carev 
James Carney 
Thomas Carpenter 



Linda Cassibry 
Joseph Castro 
Patricia Chandler 
Richard Chaney 
Louis Churchville 



Betty Clark 
Joanne Clarizio 
Stephen Clay bourne 
Cathy Clinton 
Marjorie Cohen 




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Lorene Collister 
Diane Comerio 
Carole Conn 
James Conyne 
Susan Cook 



Lois Corben 
Miguel Corco 

Sidney Craig 
Mary Crego 



Anita Creque 
Ruth Crouch 
Roscoe Crump 
Rosemary Crush 
Victoria Davis 



Frances Dean 
Barbara De Camp 
James De La Pena 
Liliane De Mena 
David Defries 




Well, I declare!!! 



David Dempsey 
Roger Denny 
Gail Derrer 
Barbara Detamore 
Lucia Di Blasi 
Franklin Dishong 
George Dolan 
Mary Donaldson 
Patrick Donaldson 

Michael Doran 
Kristie Downing 
Christopher Dillon 
Michael Dubroff 
Elizabeth Dudley 
Gloria Duke 
Barbara DuVall 
Vicki Dykstra 
Patricia Farl 

Judy F.mcrson 
Kathleen Engeike 
Rene Estripeaut 
Tracy Fcrrel 
Marina Figucroa 
Robert Elides 
Lois Finiason 
Fran Fitzwilliam 
Julia Fitzwilliam 

Linda Fletcher 
John Foster 
Charles Fontaine 
Patricia Fra/cr 
Susan Fuller 
Norris Fusscll 
Barbara Fuqua 
Olga Galego 
Frcddieann Gallardo 



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James Gangle 
William Garber 
Fredrick Garcia 
Herbert Gardner 
Joseph Garriga 
Itzel Gaudiano 
Catherine Giardina 
Patrick Gipson 
Albert Gonzalez 

Jorge Gonzalez 
Richard Gonzalez 
Terry Graham 
Doris Green 
Holly Green 
Jack Grill 
Linda Groves 
Elizabeth Guibert 
Eduardo Guillen 

Clyde Guinn 
Larry Haff 
Phyllis Hager 
Larry Hager 
Craig Halliday 
Roger Hamilton 
Vera Hanchin 
John Hanna 
Mary Harold 

Ronnie Harned 
Michael Harper 
Monte Harper 
Richard Harrington 
Charles Harrison 
Vickv Harvey 
Steve Hatch 
John Hendricks 
Gabriel Hernandez 

Susan Hibbert 
Cassandra Hibner 
Pamela Hicks 
Kristina Higgins 
Linda Hilliard 
Alexander Hinek 
Douglas Hinek 
Normi Herrera 
Jane Hesters 




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Linda Hettenbach 
James Hobbs 
Carol Holden 
Thomas Holmberg 
Barbara Hopkins 
Edward House 
Alict Howard 
Nuel Howard 
Richard Hoyle 

blanca Huertas 
James Hudgins 
Linda Huff 
Thomas Hughes 
Michael Hummel 
David Hunsucker 
Jerrilyn Hunt 
William Hunter 
Linda Illueca 



No longer with Freshman attraction, 




Ann Jackson 
Leslie Jackson 
James Jackson 
Renee Jankus 
Diana JarvJs 
Theodore Jemmotr 



Bentley Jenkins 
Christie Jenner 
Jan Jensen 
Judy Jernigan 
Edmond Jilli 
Everett Justice 



Suzanne Kaelin 
Kenneth Kaisch 
Kathcrine Kamish 
Nancy Kascher 
Donald Kat 
BeverU Keene 



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Ronald Kccnc\' 
Kenneth Kellcv 
Ruth Kelly 
Richard Kemp 
Molly Kennington 
Michael Kerin 
Bonnie Kerr 
Karen Kerr 
Robert Kimsev 

Gary King 
Kris Kingsbury 
Martha Kite 
Karen Klagcs 
Nora Knight 
Margaret Knox 
Serge Kohan 
George Kosak 
Kim Kristoff 



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Olga Lagassie 
Mary Lair 
Laura Laird 
Tracy Lansberry 
April Leaver 
Kathleen Le Brun 
Penny Lee 
Walter Lenneville 
Carol Lewis 

Elizabeth Lindo 
Michael Littig 
Kathleen Litton 
Stephen Logneaux 
Ruth Loran 
Dillon Lynch 
Margaret Macdonell 
Frank Major 
Antoinette Malene 






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Timothy Malone 


Gerald 


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Albert 


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Mathew Manning 


Gloria 


Manno 


VC'anda 


Marks 


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Martin 


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Debbie 


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Kjren 


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Peter 


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Thomas McGraw 


Karen 


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Bernadetie McNamee 
Vernon McNamcc 
David McNaught 
Edna McNeesc 
Lenora Medcalf 
Frnestina Medina 
Timothy Meehan 
Albert Meggers 

Michael Meli 
Charles Met? 
Bob Meyer 
Monica Meyer 
Michele Meyers 
Pamela Michel 
George Mekos? 
Tames Miles 
Hilda Miller 




Patricia Miller 
Merrilyn Mitchell 
Thomas Mitchell 
Haim Mizrachi 
Carol Mobley 
Zeevy Mogilevsky 
Rosacinda Montemayor 
Yolanda Mora 
Charles Moras 

Helen Morris 
Darryl Morse 
Douglas Morse 
Gary Moyer 
Robert MulhoUand 
Joan Muller 
Wallace Murdock 
John Myers 
Brenda Myrick 



a classmate of ours, Sadie Hawkins, 



Look via, no teeth. 




Lana Nadeau 
Kenneth Nelson 
Vilma Newell 
Linda Newman 
James Nichols 
John Nita 
Frances O'Brien 
Kevin O'Connell 

Karlene Oeding 
Victor Oliver 
James Osborn 
Miguel Osborne 
Margaret Ott 
Lawrence Oxx 
Andrew Page 
Janice Parker 



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Tom Parker 
Judy Patient 
Richard Patton 
Dorothy Pescod 
George Pescod 
Thomas Pescod 
Joe Piascik 
Susan Poerner 
Anne Pohl 

Fred Ponce 
Patricia Pratchett 
Travis Price 
Alan Proctor 
Mary Proudfoot 
John Rathgeber 
Larry Ray 
Ruth Raymond 
Mary Redding 

Michael Reinhardt 
William Rcnner 
Sheldon Reyher 
John Reynolds 
Thomas Rice 
Randall Rich 
Gwyneth Richard 
Charles Richards 
Paul Richards 

Jeanette Richardson 
Henry Richter 
David Ricker 
Jennie Riesch 
Ethelyn Riley 
Jeff Riley 
Ramona Rios 
Charlotte Rhodes 
Louis Rodriguez 



Still managed to steal the show. 



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Martha Rodriguez 
Steven Roth 
Paul Rowe 
Cynthia Rudesheim 



Sarah Runnestrand 
George Ruppert 
Priscilla Russell 
Robert Russell 



Elizabeth Salonick 
Sharon Samson 
Wynne Samuelson 
Alfredo Sanchez 



Joan Sartain 
Phyllis Sasnett 
Neil Satterwhite 
Mark Saunders 





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Kathryn Scanlon 
Anthony Schmid 
Dolores Schmidt 
Douglas Schnepe! 
Kathy Schroeder 
Martha Searcy 



Donna Searle 
Marjorie Sener 
Michael Sharp 
Sandra Shirley 
Gary Showalter 
William Silen 



Sam Sillick. 
Charles Simmons 
Lamar Sizemore 
Lowell Slagle 
Emmanuel Sledge 
Paula Sledge 




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Robert Smail 
Carol Smith 
David Smith 
Sally Smith 
Stephen Smith 
Russell Smith 
Fred Smzymanski 
George Snowden 
Georgette Sosa 

Carol Sparks 
Janice Speaks 
David Speir 
Mary Spinelli 
Sandra Spinney 
Terry Sprague 
Rosary Stacy 
Margarita Stallworch 
Stephen Stangl 

Charlotte Stanley 
George Stanley 
Sara Stanphill 
Gerald Starr 
Susan Stetler 
Janet Steward 
Thomas Stoakley 
Olga Stone 
Theodore Supple 

Jane Taht 
Melanie Tarflinger 
Robb Taylor 
Frank Tester 
Michael Thompson 
Nancy Tinkler 
Bettina Torres 
David Trahan 
Judith Trainor 

Sandra Tucker 
Linda Turbyfill 
Rupert Turner 
Linda Turpin 
Kim LIpton 
Thomas Uribe 
Patricia Vanderburg 
LiU Van Eps 
Elena Varela 



Gary Vaucher 
Robert Van ^X'lnkle 
Justo Velcz 
Suzanne Vignes 
Mitzi Vogel 
Helen Waldron 
Judy Wall 
Carole Walker 
James Walker 

Susan Wallace 
Phyllis Warner 
Dennis Watkins 
Marion Waison 
Michael Weadc 
Linda ^X'ccks 
Vickv Weeks 
William Welch 
Steven VC'ellman 




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Alan Wells 
Betty White 
Everett White 
Judy White 
Mary White 
Weldon White 
Fred Whitney 
Grace Whitney 
Lyle Wickman 

Eddie Wiese 
Deborah Wilder 
Helena Williams 
Scott Williams 
Sheryl Williams 
Marian Willis 
Roy Wilmoth 
Duke Wilson 
Sandra Wilson 



Mildred Winberg 
Kathryn Winn 
Paula Wirtz 
Wilda Wong 
Bobbie Woods 
Pamela Woods 
Lorain Worsham 
David Wright 
Edmund Wright 

Oscar Wright 
Thomas Wyatt 
Nancy York 
Elinor Young 
Gary Zambito 
Paul Zelnick 
Connie Zemer 
Richard Zornes 
Susan Ball 

John Barb 
Patricia Bartlett 
Linda Fortune 
Emilio Velez 
Joe Piascid 







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THE CHARGE 



JUNIORS 



As the engraver's work draws to a close, so too does that 
of the individual. The former has deepened and widened the 
lines on the field, and with these stronger marks has created 
the charge. The individual has developed his convictions and 
determined his standpoints. Both processes, artistic and de- 
velopment, are completed. Permanent grooves are colored and 
polished. Standards of integrity molded into a firm character. 
How long the design lasts depends upon the sincerity with 
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Doreen Adams 
Michael Albert 
Raymond Albertson 
Patsy Albritton 
Sara Alejandro 
Daniel Aleman 
Eloy Alfaro 
Leida Almodovar 
Earl Anderson 

Eric Anderson 
Jose Anguizola 
Linda Askew 
Linda Auble 
Aracelis Avjles 
Paulina Avilcs 
Merian Brittain 
Robert Baggotr 
Patricia Bain 



What? A blue and gold class ring?? 



Frank Baldwin 
Richard Baltozer 
John Barber 



Nancy Barcelo 
Dolores Barnes 
Patricia Basham 



Miriam Bateman 
Virginia Beaty 
Luz Neida Benitiz 





Why do elephants jump out of trees? 



Janice Berg 
Lucille Bertoletce 
Jose Bibbo 
Steve Bissell 
George Black 
Eugene Blumberg 
Charles Blystone 
Gail Bohannon 
Nancy Bongiorni 

Patricia Boriotti 
Howard Boswell 
Jean Bouche 
William Boughner 
Patricia Bowling 
Sharon Bowman 
Sharyon Boyd 
Kevin Bradley 
Mary Jean Brady 




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Elizabeth Bran nan 
Mark Brcslin 
Roy Bridges 
Barbara Brown 
Ralph Brown 
Stewart Brown 
Suzanna Brown 
Carol Bryson 

Dennis Bryson 
Beverly Buehler 
Ernest Buenafc 
Manuel Bucnafe 
Nancy Bunnell 
Ralph Burda 
Frederick Burton 
Andrea Byrd 
Mario Caileja 



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Cynthia Carlton 
Ronnio Carroll 



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Mary Cashman 
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Nancy Chadwick 
Ruth Chance 
Rebecca Chancy 
Virginia Chaney 
Kathleen Chandler 
Susan Charbonneau 
Phillis Chase 
Donna Cheaney 

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Paul Chisolm 
Paula Chodakowski 
Aleika Clare 
Steve Clarke 
Jack Clinton 
Diana Cobb 
John Colacicco 
Charles Colburn 




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John Cooper 
Mary Cooper 


Jerry Denton 
Robert Dessert 
Suzanne Dessert 
Edward Deveau 
Stephen Dickey 


Elizabeth Critch 
Tames Culet 
Linda Culhane 


Mary DJgnam 
Catherine Dimmick 
Frank Disharoon 
Katherine Dolan 
Linda Dominguez 


Stephen Cunningham 
Gordon Dale 
Robert Daniel 


Patricia Doran 
Bruce Douglas 
Larry Douglas 
Robert Dryja 




Joan Dunn 


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Luther Davis 
Margarita Davis 


Robert Dunn 
Dennis Dykstra 
Donald Emerson 
Robert Engelke 
William Egolf 








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Jacob Esterline 
Peter Etchemendy 
Evan Evans 



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Susan Falardeau 
William Fall 
Paula Faulkner 



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John Fitzgerald 
Mary Fitzwilliam 
Mary Flinchbaugh 



Virginia Flumach 
Le\vis Fontaine 
George Fox 
I^atricia Fritts 




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Mary 


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Henry Garner 



Harry Garza 



Sandra Genther 
Janis George 



David Glass 
Sylvia Glass 



Terence Gleason 
Juan Gonzalez 



Sarah Gonzalez 
Zaida Gonzalez 





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Robin Gordon 



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Larry Gramilich 
Susan Greene 





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Kermit Griffin 
Larry Grill 
Walter Grow 
Esther Gunderson 



Michael Gurney 
Pablo Gutierrez 
Diana Haky 
William Hale 
Robert Hall 
Phoebe Hamill 




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John Hanchin 
Sandra Hanley 
James Hanson 
Ronald Hanuschak 
Pamela Harrington 
Barbara Harris 
Lillian Harrison 
Robert Harrison 
James Hearn 

Shirley Hedden 
Vivian Hedman 
Susan Heimer 
Daniel Hele 
Cora Henderson 
Ronald Henderson 
Ronald Henderson 
Elizabeth Hendricks 
Cora Herrea 
Alfred Hibbert 

Diana Hindman 
Jeffrey HirschI 
Roger Hoenke 
Sheila Holcroft 
John Hollen 
Russell Hoogland 
Judith House 
Esther Hovan 
Vicki Hutchinson 

Dianna Hyre 
Andrew Jacobson 
Melodie James 
Michael January 
James Jenkins 
Brenda Johnson 
Idette Johson 
Isis Johnson 
Linda Jones 




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Charles Joyner 
Delfina Justlniano 
Brian Kegglns 



Brian Keeney 
Emory Kessling 
Gregory Kennington 



Jorge Kiamco 
Robert Kilpatric 
Linda King 



Kathryn Kingsbury 
Velma Kirkland 
Connie Kirkman 







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Judy Klages 
Robert KHpper 
Margaret Knapp 
Dorothv Knox 
William Krapfl 
Russell La Fuente 
Calvin Landrum 
Christopher Lane 
Elizabeth Lane 

Jack Lunsford 
Donna Larson 
James Lastinger 
Robert Lavallee 
Eva Lawrence 
Robert Lawyer 
Ricardo Lay 
Wayne Leake 
Daniel Learned 
Gerald Lee 

Pam Lesser 
Marilyn Lemaster 
Susan Lessiak 
Thomas Lewis 
Barbara Lewter 
George Linfors 
Harold Little 
Terri Lockhart 
Carole Lopez 
Jacquelyn Lovclady 

Lionel Lovell 
Lynda Lueckeman 
Aymee Lugo 
Lynda Luke 
Gail Lvnch 
Carl Mable 
Shirley MacDonald 
Wesley Major 
Helen Manning 

Lowell Marcus 
Harold Marks 
Rita Martens 
Adrienne McAndrews 
Patrick McCarragher 
Charles McConney 
Vicki McCoy 
Carol McCue 
Edward McEniry 
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Teresa McGann 
John McGrath 



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Robert Merrill 
Cecilia Merri wether 



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Gordon Meuse 
Paul Meyer 



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Margarita Milas 
Elizabeth Miller 
Marv Miller 



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Raymond Miller 
Shirley Miller 
Stanley Mock 



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Irene Mora 
Lesile Mora 
Michael Morrow 



Robert Morse 
Daniel Mullins 
Cinders Murdock 
Carol Muse 



Linda Naar 
Kathryn Nehering 
Richard Nolan 
Robert Nolan 






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Robert Norton 
Jerry Nunley 
Gary Nurenberg 
Jacqueline O'Berst 
Robert O'Connor 
Sandra Oc^kowcz 
Dennis O'Donnell 
Marcelina Olayvar 
Jessica Ories 
Emelyna Ortega 

Bruce Parker 

Arthur Payne 
Carole Pearson 
Ron Pederson 
Pennie Pelkey 
Sylvia Perra 
Susan Petersen 
Cheryl Peterson 
James Peterson 
Jane Peterson 

George Phillips 
James Plata 
Michael Plucker 
Emiliano Ponce 
James Preacher 
Monique Prefontainc 
Karl Prescott 
Herbert Prescott 
Richard Prevost 
Carolyn Price 



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Robert Prince 
Luther Quinn 
Carole Quintal 
Christina Quiros 
Mary Rateau 
Jack Ray 
Edward Renner 
James Rhodes 
Val Jon Rich 

Georgia Richarde 
Bruce Richards 
James Richardson 
Alida Rivera 
Walker Rivera 
John Rizzo 
Elizabeth Robertson 
Larry Robertson 
Kimbal Robbins 
Howard Rogers 



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Kenneth Roth 
Ada Ruiz 
Robert Rupp 



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Robert Samuelson 
Mary Sanchez 
Dorothy Sanders 




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Kristine Sanford 
Alfred Sardinas 
John Sargent 
Lancey Saunders 
James Savidge 
Carol Schafer 
Suzanne Schmidt 
Dale Searle 

Jeffrey Sears 
Randall Seemann 
Lyndall Sellens 
Wilford Shaffer 
Kathleen Sheridan 
Candance Shirley 
Shirley Sillick 
Joan Silva 
James Slover 






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Danny Thornberg 


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William Tilley 
William Tillman 
Faith Tisdale 



Angel Toledo 
James TomanilH 
Barbara Toothman 



John Trainor 
Ronald Tremblay 
Linda Trevino 



Patricia Trim 
Marilyn Truiti 
George Turner 





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Terry Turner 
Paula Tysinger 
Patricia Unverferth 
Phillip Uribe 
Richard Valenzuela 



Dirk Van Loon 
Greg Van Tassell 
Cynthia Van Voorhis 
Daisy Vargas 
Gricelda Vasnick 



Doris Vasquez 
Miguel Vecchione 
Elaine Vestal 
Dianne Vick 
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Lynn Watkins 
Mary Lou Watkins 
Leroy Watson 
Russell Watson 



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Carol Weinstock 
Elizabeth Wellington 



Randall Werntz 
Brenda Westfall 
Sharon Wheeler 
Anthony White 




James White 
Patrick White 
Joan Widdecke 
Mary Wiese 
William Wiktor 



Frank Wilder 
Dora W.ll 
Susan Willenbrock 
Maryann Williams 
Richard Williams 
Janet Williar 






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Diane Zerr 



Frank Ansel 
Robert Compcon 



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Gloria Wilson 
Heidi Wilson 
Jane Wilson 
Janice Wilson 



Ann Winquist 
Gloria Wirth 
Caria Wisham 
Betty Womble 
Kathryn Wood 



Patricia Fuqua 
Priscilla Hernandez 



Vivian Butler 
Mary Ellen Hibbert 



Mike McClure 
Penny Riley 



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Rita Hedman 



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Louie Zarrilli 
Jerry Worsham 



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SENIORS 



Just as the scroll relates the motto, the next stage of the 
individual uncovers a code, an ethic by which to live. The 
scroll itself is adorned with the phrase associated with the owner 
of the coat-of-arms. It states the owner's guiding moral 
throughout life. 

This last stage in the tedious route toward the develop- 
ment of character is vitally important. The individual has 
compiled his new-found ideals and standards and has created 
a maxim with which to guide himself through any situation 
testing his integrity. 







Senior Class 
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Mr. Hummel 



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VINCENTE ERNESTO ABEA. Feb. 11, 1947. Panama, R. dc P. Mu Alpha Theta 4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Sci«nce Club 3,4; Slide Rule Club 2; Physics Assistant 4; Chemistry Assistant 3; R.O.T.C. Drill 
Team 3; Honor Guard 2,3,4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Football (Intramurals) 1; Basketball (Intramurals) 
I; Bowling (Intramurals) 1; Volley Ball (Intramurals) 1,2,3; Soccer (Intramurals) 1,3; Chorus 1; 
Glee Club 1,2,3. 

LOUIS ROQUE ADAMS. May 2S, 1946. Panama, R. de P. Camera Club 1,2; Chess Club 1,2,3; 
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club President 3; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Natl. Thespians 3,4; Science Club 
1,2,3,4; Physics Assistant 4; R.O.T.C. Awards Ball 2,3; Color Guard 3; Drill Team 2; Firing Squad 
2; Honor Guard 3,4; 1st Lieutenant 4; Usher Guard 3; Christmas Formal Committee 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom. 
Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Showcase 3; Football (Intra.) 2, 3; Soccer (Intra.) 2; 
"Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "If Girls Ask Boys for Dates" 3; "The Lottery" 3; "Death of the Hired 
Man" 3; "Our Town" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; "The Grass Harp" 2; Assembly Committee, Chairman 
4; Co-ordinating Committee 4; Welfare Comm. 4; Talent Show 3. 

WILLIAM EDWARD ADAMS. November 8, 1945. 
Squad 2,3; Commander 4; E-6; Usher Guard 2. 

GEORGIANNE ALBAUGH. May 20, 1946. Virginia. Drama Club 4; Future Teachers of America 
4; Pep Club 4; Bridge Club 4; Drill Team 4; Office Assistant 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.- 
Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Chorus 2,3; Usher Awards Day Assembly 3. 

GAIL ESTHER ALBRITTON. July 27, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. G.A.A. 1,2, Coordinator of 
Officials 3; President 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Girls State 3; Biology Lab Assistant 2; Senior 
Gift Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Bowling (Intra.) 2,3; Softball 2,3; Tennis (Varsity) 1,2,3; 
Ping Pong 2,3; Volley Ball (Varsity) 1,2,3,4; Badminton 2,3; Basketball All Stars 1; Volley Ball All 
Stars 1,2,3; S.A. Alternate 3; Inaugural Ball Chairman 4; S.A. Rep. 4; Usher N.H.S. 2,3. 

VICTOR MANUEL ALERS. September 2, 194S. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Letterman's Club 3,4; 
Boys State 3; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Football (Intra.) 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball (Intra.) 
3,4; Track 3,4; Track All-Stars 3; Track (Intra.) 3,4; Civic Council Election 4. 



Margarita, Canal Zone. Drill Team 2,3,4; Firing 



Panama, R. de P. Office Assistant 2,3,4; Volley 



JOLLEEN ADELE ALLEN. September 4, 194S. 
Ball (All Stars) 2; Softball All Stars 2. 

MICHAEL WILLIAM ALEXANDER. November 13, 1946. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Drama Club 
Vice-President 4; Football (Intra.) 4; Basketball Intramurals 4; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; S.A. Alternate 
4. 




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Gail Esther Albritton 



Victor Manuel Alers 
Jolleen Adele Allen 
Michael William Alexander 






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ALVES. June 24, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Football (Intramurals) 3. 



PATRICK MICHAEL ARNOLD. July 1 
Firing Squad 2; PFC; Foocball 1; Football 
Track 1. 



1944. Ancon, C^nal Zone. Awards Ball 2; Drill Team 2; 
(Intra.) 1; Baseball 4; Basketball (Intra. )4; Swimming 1; 



HARRY ALDEN ASHBY. August 10, 1945. 
ming (Intramurals) 3,4; Parakeet 1; Chorus 



Panama, R. de P. 
4; Carnival Dance 



C.C.C. 3; Swimming 3,4; Swim- 
3,4; School T.V. Program 1. 



MARIO AYALA. September IS, 1946. La Chorrera, Panama. Chess Club 3; Latin Club 3,4; Mu 
Alpha Theta 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Chemistry Assistant 3; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4; 1st Lt.; Football (Intra.) 1,2,5; 
Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Ping Pong I; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2; Water Polo 1; 
Soccer 2,3. 

LOUISE ANN BAILEY. April 29, 1946. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Drama Club 3; F.T.A. 3; 
Literary Club 3,4; Mythology Club 1; N.H.S. 4; Pep Club 1; United Nations Club 4; Bridge Club 
4; Awards Ball 4; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; Class Secretary 4; Cards and Announcements 4; Senior Co- 
ordinating Comm. 4; Freshman Dance 1; Sophomore Showcase 2; Senior Showcase 4; Senior Ring 4; 
Basketball (Intra.) 2; Volleyball 1; Accordion Band 1,2; Awards Day 3,4; S.A. Representative 1,3; 
Baccalaureate Marshal 3; Graduation Marshal 3; N.H.S. Usher 1; Girls State 3; Girls Nation 3. 

GLORIA JEAN BALLENGER. January S, 1943. Panama, R. de P. Basketball 1,2,3,4. 

MARIE LYNN BAQUIE. October 16, 1946. New York City, N. Y. Chess Club 2; Drama Club 
3,4; French Club 3,4; Folk Singers Club 4; Latin Club 2,3; Literary Club 4; Natl. Thespians 4; 
C.C.C. 2,3; Chemistry Assistant 4; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "Our Town" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 
4; Chorus 2; "Death of the Hired Man" 3. 

JOHN RAYMOND BARRETT. March 22, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Letterman's Club 3,4; Slide 
Rule Club 2; Awards Ball 2; R.O.T.C. 2; P.F.C.; Football 3,4; Football (Intra.) 1; Canal Zone All 
Stars 3; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Track (Intra.) 1; S.A. Alternate 1,3. 





Gloria Jean Ballenger 
Marie Lynn Baquie 
John Raymond Barrett 



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Michael William Basham 
Sandra Bauchman 




MARY KATHRYN BARTLETT. September 8, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 2,3; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls State 3; Counselor's Assistant 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; 
Cap and Gown 4; Valentine Showcase 3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3. 

MICHAEL WILLIAM BASHAM. December 8, 1945. Columbus, Ohio. Senior Activity 4; Zonian 
Staff 4; Zonian Ad Seller 4; S.A. Representative 3.4. 

SANDRA BAUCHMAN. November IS, 1945. Panama. R. de P. Drama Club 1,4; French Club 
1,2,4; Future Teachers of America 1,4; Pep Club 1; Valentine Formal Committee 4; Volleyball (In- 
tramurals) 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; Track Queen 4. 

ROBERT EUGENE BAUMAN. February 20, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Biology Assistant 2; 
R.O.T.C. Staff Sgt.; Bowling (Intramurals) 1; Golf ( Intramurals) 1,2,3; Ping Pong I. 

JAMES WILLIAM BAY. August 27, 1946. Boise, Idaho. Drama Club 3,4; National Thespions 
4; R.O.T.C; Usher Guard 2; "Arms and the Man" 2; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "The Lottery" 3; 
"Our Town" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; Glee Club 2,3; Fashion Show M.C. 3. 



G.A.A. 2; Basketball (Intramurals) 



MARY JEAN BEEBY. August 26, 1946. San Antonio, Texas. 
2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Organ Guild 4. 

VICTOR BEHAR. October 10, 1944. Panama R. dc P. Math Club I; Pan American 1,2,3; Spanish 
Club 1,2; United Nations Club 1; C.C.C. 1,2,3; Wood Shop Assistant 2; Football 1,2; Football (Intra- 
murals) 1; Basketball 1; Swimming 1,2; Swimming (Intramurals) 1; Track 1; Ping Pong 1,2; Water 
Polo 1,2,3; Baseball 1. 

CHARLES F. BELDEN. May 16, 1946. Ancoji, Canal Zone. Camera Club 1,2; R.O.T.C. 1st Sar- 
geant; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Jr. -Ring Comm. 3; Cards and Announcements Committee Chairman 
4; Parakeet 4; Zonian 3; S.A. Ticket Designer 4; S.A. Alternate 2,3; Get-Acquainted Dance 4; Boys 
State 3. 



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Mary Jean Beeby 
Viaor Behar 
Charles F. Belden 



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Frances Elizabeth Bell 

Patricia Ann Best 

Daniel Marston Blackmon 




FRANCES ELIZABETH BELL. August 22, 1946. Athens, Georgia. Future Nurses of America 4; 
G.A.A. 3,4; Clinic Assistant 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4. 

PATRICIA ANN BEST. November 20, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; 
Science Club 2; Tomorrow's Secretaries Club 4; United Nations Club 2; Biology Assistant 4; Senior 
Showcase 4; S.A. Alternate 1; Ticket Sales Committee 4; Awards Day Usher 2. 

DANIEL MARSTON BLACKMON. January 12, 1947. Northampton, Massachusetts. Latin Club 4; 
Literary Club 4; N.H.S. 4; United Nations Club 4; Football 3; Football (Intramurals) 3; S.A. Presi- 
dent 4; Baccalaureate Marshal 3; Graduation Marshal 3; Boys State 3; Boys Nation 3; Band 3. 

DAVID MICHAEL BLAKE. November 7, 1946. Woodlawn, Tennessee. Track 3; Track (Intra- 
murals) 1; Glee Club 1. 

GENE LOUIS BLUMBERG. May 30, 194S. Canal Zone. Football 4; Football (Intramurals) 1,2,3.4; 
Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Bowling (Intramurals) 1,2; Golf (Intra.) 1; Softball 1,2; Track (Intr.i.) 1. 

SHIRLEY CLAIRE BLUMBERG. May 3, 1946. Panama R. de Panama. Drama Club 1; Library 
Club I; Pan American Club 1; Pep Club 1; Bridge Club 4; C.C.C. 1,2; Counselor's Assistant 2; 
R.O.T.C. Assistant 4; Carnival Dance 1. 

GRETCHEN VINA BOEHNING. July 22, 1946. Panama, R. de P. G.A.A. 3,4; Library Club 
3,4; President 4; Library Assistant 3,4; Basketball (Intra.) 3; Volleyball (Intra.) 3,4. 

GEORGE JAMES B(X)TH. January 10, 1946. Panama, R. de P. R.O.T.C. Private First Class; 
S.A. Alternate 4. 




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George James Booth 






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lEAN DARYL BOSWELL. November 4. 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; Pep Club 
2; Bridge Club 4; (f.C.C. Club 4; Civic Council Elections 4; Office Assistant 2; R.O.T.C. Assistant 
4; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; S.A. Rep. 4. 

EVELIA BRADLEY. October 2S, 1941. Panama City, Panama. Chorus 3. 

COLIN REEVES BRADSHAW, November 2!, 1945. Norfolk, Virginia. Letterman's Club 4; Foot- 
ball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball (Intra.) 2; Golf (Intra.) 1,2,3; Track 2,3,4; Track (Intra.) 
3,4; Ping Pong 1,2,3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2. 

DIANNA REBECCA BRAMLETT. November 9, 1946. Clifton Forge, Virginia. Folk Singers Club 
4; F.H.A. 4; F.N. A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2; Chorus 1,2; 
Fashion Show 1,2. 

BARBARA DEE BRAZILE. September 29, 1946. Sacramento, California. F.H.A. 1 ; >Pep Club I; 
Counselor's Assist. 2; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; 
Basketball (Intra.) 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 4; Get-Acquainted Dance Comm. 2. 

EDELMIRA HELEN BRIGHT. February 12, 1945. Panama City, Panama. Pan American Club 1,4; 
Tomorrow's Secretaries Club 4; C.C.C. Club 2,3,4; Counselor's Assist. 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 3. 

BETSY NORMAN BROWN. August 26, 1946. Murfrecsboro, Tennessee. F.T.A. 4; Secretaries Club 
4; Parakeet Staff 4; Chorus 4; Glee Club 4. 

DIANE RUTH BROWN. September 2S, 1946. Alexandria, Virginia. Chess Club Sec. 1,2, Pres. 3 
Latin Club Treas. 3; Mu Alpha Theta Vice-Pres. 4; N.H.S. 3, Sec. 4; Pan American Club Sec. > 
Pep Club 1; Science Club 1, Rec. Sec. 2, Pres. 3, Treas. 4; United Nations Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3 
Chemistry Assist. 3; Awards Ball Ch. 4; Battalion Sponsor; Honorary 1st Lt. Sophomore Showcase 
Comm. 2; Valentine Showcase Comm. 3; Junior Ring Comm. 3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; S.A. Alternate 4; 
Orientation Day 4; Baccalaureate Marshal 3; Graduation Usher 3; Assembly Comm. 4; Senior Activities 
Comm. 4; Library Club 2,3; Math Club 3; Bridge Club 3. 



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Nancy Ann Brown 
Pamela Susan Brown 
Prisilla Kenya Brown 



Michael Edward Bruce 
Eula Rosa Bryan 
Elizabeth Ann Bryant 





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Evangeline Buenafe 



NANCY ANN BROWN. February 22, 1946. Fore Sill, Oklahoma. Drama Club 4; Folk Singers 
Club 4; Basketball 4; Basketball (Intra.) 4. 

PAMELA SUSAN BROWN. December 14, 1946. Butler, Pennsylvania. F.T.A. 3; Mythology Club 
3; Tomorrow's Secretaries Club 4, Treas.; Counselor's Assist. 4; Senior Showcase Comm. 4; Glee Club 4. 

PRISILLA KENYA BROWN. September 6, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 4; Pan Ameri- 
can Club 1; Pep Club I; Science Club 2; C.C.C. 1,2,3, Treas. 4; November 3rd Showcase 3,4; Office 
Assist. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; S.A. Alternate 1; Co-ordinating 
Comm. 3; Drives Comm. 3; Carnival Dance Comm. 1,2,3,4; Fashion Show 1; Panama Independence 
Day Program 3,4; Get-Acquainted Dance Comm. 4; Ticket Sales 4. 



N.H.S. 3, Pres. 4; R.O.T.C. 
Orientation Day 4; Tennis 



MICHAEL EDWARD BRUCE. November 9. 1946. Spokane, Washington. 
Rank Captain (Battalion Commander) ; Awards Ball 3,4; Color Guard 3 
3,4; Orchestra 3; S.A. Rep. 4; Boys State Lt. Gov. 3. 

EULA ROSA BRYAN. March 30, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Pan American Club 1,2; Pep Club 
1; C.C.C. Club 1,2; Counselor's Assist. 3; Office Assist. 4; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1.2,3; S.A. Alternate 2,3; Drives Comm. 2,3; Visitors 
Day 3; Carnival Dance Comm. 2; G.A.A. 3.4. 

ELIZABETH ANN BRYANT. February 22, 1946. San Bernardino, California. Girls State 5; Cam- 
era Club 2,3; Drama Club 1,2,3; F.B.L.A. 4; F.N. A. 1,2; F.T.A. 1,2,3, Sec. -Treas. 4; Library Club 
1,2; Pan American Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; Science Club 1; R.O.T.C. Assist. 4; Office Assist. 2,3; 
Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; Christmas Showcase Comm. 3; 
Easter Showcase Comm. 3; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3; 
Water Ballet 3; "Death Takes a Holiday" 2; "Skin of Our Teeth" 1; "Grass Harp" 2; "Androcles and 
the Lion" 1; Accordian Band 1,2; S.A. Alternate 1,4; Co-ordinating Comm. 3; Ticket Sales 1,2; Train 
Comm. 1,2; Dramatics Usher 1,2. 

EVANGELINE BUENAFE. May 2(, 1946. Phllllppines. Tomorrow's Secretaries Club 4; Chorus 1. 



lOSEPH HUGHES BYRNE 

Club 4; Lettermen's Club 4 

Comm. 2; Football (Intra.) 

3,4; Water Polo 3,4; "Our Town" 3; "Diath Takes 

Dance Comm. 3,4; Talent Show 



December 21. 194!. Nashville, Tennessee. Drama Club 3; Folk Singers 

Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2; Sadie Hawkins Dance 

2.3; Swimming (Intra.) 3; Track 2,3,4; Track (Intra.) 2,3,4; Ping Pong 

Holiday" 3; S.A. Drives 3,4; Get-Acquamted 




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Liurma Josefina CabaUero 
AI John aidwell 
Christian Peter Carlson 



George Carl Carney 
Cynthia Hildreth Case 
Richard A. Casey 





Peggy Joyce Cassibry 



LIURMA JOSEFINA CABALLERO. February 17, 1947. Arccib.i, Puerto Rico. F.N. A. 3,4; Spanish Club 
2; Counselor's Assist. 4; Biuiogy Assist. 2,3, 

AL JOHN CALDWELL. June S, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Boys State 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Library 
Club 1,3; Math Club 1,2; Pan American Club 1; Library Assist. 1,3; R.O.T.C. Rank Lt. Awards Ball 
2; Drill Team 2; Senior Ring Comm. 4; Senior Activities Comni. 4; Football 1; Football (Intra.) 2,3; 
Captain — All Stars 2; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Pinj; Pong 1,2,3; "Skin of Our Teeth" 1; "Death Takes 
a Holiday" 3; S.A. Rep. 3,4; Usher Guard 2,3,4; S.A. Alternate 1; S.A. Co-ordinating Comm. 3. 

CHRISTIAN PETER CARLSON. February 2, 1944. Massachusetts. Slide Rule Club 4. 

GEORGE CARL CARNEY. December I, 1946. Los AiiKelcs, Olifornia. 

CYNTHIA HILDETH CASE. October 1, 1946. Boston, Massachusetts. French Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; 
Mythology Club 4; Girls State 3; Senior Ring Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 4, Swimming 3, Manager 
4; Ping Pong 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 4; Zonian Business Manager 4; Zonian Ad Seller 4; G.A.A. 4. 

RICHARD A. CASEY. October 12. 194S. Bermuda B.W.I. Drama Club 4; Folk Singers Club 4; 
Literary Club 3,4; Math Club 4; Science Club 4; Audio Visual 4; Senior Ring Comm. 4; Wrestling 4. 

PEGGY JOYCE CASSIBRY. September S, 1946. Cristobal, Canal Zone. Drama Club 1; F.N. A. 
3; N.H.S. 4; Pep Club 1; Bridge Club 4; Girls State 3; Office Assist. 4; Cards and Announcements 
Comm. 4; Individual Pictures Comm. Ch. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3; Bacca- 
laureate Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3. 

WILFRED CASTRO. November 2S, 194!. Puerto Rico. 




Wilfred Castro 




and the Junior-Senior Banquet. 




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William Leonard Catron 
Cheryl Ann Cheaney 
Fernando Ernesto Chiari 



Michael Francis Colacicco 
Jeannie Victoria Colburn 
David Malcolm Coldasure 



Terry Allen Conley 




Frances Irene Conn 




^X'ILLIAM LEONARD CATRON. August 14, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 2; Library 
Club I; Science Club 1; Shop Assist. 2,3,4; R.O.T.C. Cpl.; Football 4; Football (Intra.) 1,2,3; Bas- 
ketball (Intra.) 2,3; Bowling (Intra.) 2; Golf (Intra.) 2,5; Ping Pong I; Volleyball (Intra.) 2; Water 
Polo 1,2; S.A. Rep. 1. 

CHERYL ANN CHEANEY. Jan. 20, 1946. Jennings, Louisiana. Chess Club 4; F.H.A. 4; N.H.S. 
4; Chorus 3,4; Glee Club 3,4. 

FERNANDO ERNESTO CHIARI. July 9, 1947. Panama, Republic of Panama. Biology Assist. 
3,4; J.V. Basketball 3; Basketball (Intra.) 3,4. 

MICHAEL FRANCIS COLACICCO. March 2 5, 1946. Washington, D.C. Latin Club 2,3; Letter- 
men's Club 3,4; N.H.S. 3, Trcas. 4; Audio- Visual 2,3; Boys State 3; Auditor-Treas. R.O.T.C, 1st Lt.; 
Usher Guard 4; Commander; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Swimming 3, Man- 
ager; Football (Intra.) 3. 

JEANNIE VICTORIA COLBURN. August 14, 194i. Panama, R. de P. Chess Club 3; Math 

Club 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pan American Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; Science Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, 
Treas. I, Sec. 2, Vice-Pi'es. 3; Counselor's Assist. 1; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Junior Ring Comm. 3; Thanks- 
giving Showcase 2; Christmas Showcase 3; Pan American Showcase 1,2,3,4; C.C.C. Showcase 1,2,3,; 
Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2; S.A. Alternate 1; Usher 3; Carnival Court 2,3; Gradua- 
• ion Usher 3; Pep Club 1. 

DAVID MALCOLM COLCLASURE. January 9, 1946. Andarko, Oklahoma. Folk Singers Club 4; 
R.O.T.C. 2,3; Pvt. R.O.T.C. Band 2,3; Football (Intra.) 2; Football 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4; Glee 
Club 3,4; Talent Show 2. 

TERRY ALLEN CONLEY. July 1, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. Chess Club 1,2.4; Latin Club 

t; Slide Rule Club 4; R.O.T.C. 2,3; Awards Ball 2; Drill Team 2,3; Firing Squad 3; Football (Intra.) 

1,2; Football 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Golf (Intra.) 1,2; Ping Pong 1,4; Baseball (Intra) 4; 
S.A. Rep. 1. 

FRANCES IRENE CONN. December 22, I94i. Ancon, Canal Zone. F.T.A. 4; Pan American Club 
I; Office Assist. 3; Chorus 4. 



All light-heartedness? 



Timothy James Corrigan 
Nancy G. Cotton 
Sue Edith Cotton 




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TIMOTHY JAMES CORRIGAN. February 3, 194S. Margarita, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 4; Letter- 
man's Club 1,3,4; Slide Rule Club 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Freshman Picnic Comm. 1; Frosh- 



Soph Frolic 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. 
Comm. 4; Football 1,3,4; All Stars 3,4; Baseball 
1,3; Powder Puff Cheerleader 4. 



Banquet 3; Sadie Hawkms Dance 3; Cap and Gown 
3,4; Swimming 4; Football Dance 1,3; Track (Intra.) 



NANCY G. COTTON. November 
4; F.N. A. 4; Pan American Club 1 
3; Band 4; Usher 4. 



16, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. Folk Singers 
Accordian Band 1,2,3; Organ Guild 2,3, Sec. 4 



Club 4; F.H.A. 
Bowling (Intra) 



Canal Zone. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Biology Assist. 
Ti. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Junior Ring 
Freshman Dance Comm. 1; Showcase Comm. 

Usher 1; S.A. Rep. 1,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3; 



SUE EDITH COTTON. February 10, 1946. Margarita, 
4; Class Sec. 1; Frosh-Soph Comm. 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Com 
Comm. 3; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 4; 
1; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; S.A. Football Dance 2,3,4; 
Captain 4; C.C.C. 3; Football Court 4; Track Court 4. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER COY. June 18, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. Pan American Club 1,2; 
Drill Team 2; R.O.T.C. Rank 2nd Lt.; Class Vice Pres. 1; Freshman Picnic Comm. 1; Frosh-Soph 
Frolic 1,2; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Senior Activities 4; Soph-Jr. Frolic 2,3; Football 1,4; Football 
'Intra.) 1,2,3; Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Golf (Intra.) 1,2; Swim- 
ming (Intra.) 3; Softball 1,2,3; Track 2,3; Ping Pong 1,2; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3; "Androcles and 
the Lion" 1; Parakeet Ad Seller 1,2; Assembly Comm. 2; Get-Acquainted Dance Comm. 2; S.A. Rep. 
1.2.; Visitors Day 1. 

Washington, D. C. 



MICHAEL DAVID COZENS. 



1946. 



February 

MICHAL PAULA CRAIG. March 28, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Pep Club I; Spanish Club 1 ; 
Lab Assist. 4; Audio Visual 2,3,4; Christmas Formal Queen 3; Sadie Hawkins Court 2; Valentine 
Formal Court 1; Basketball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,4; Chorus 1. 

RICHARD L. CRESSY. September 21, 1946. Kalamazoo, Michigan. Camera Club 3; 

2,3,4; Natl. Thespians 3,4; Audio Visual 2,3,4; Awards Ball 3; Color Guard 3; R.O.T.C. 

Usher Guard 2,3; Individual Pictures Comm. 4; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "Our Town 

cles and the Lion" 1; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; "If Girls Asked Boys for Dates" 3; "Death of the Hired 

Man" 3; "Sleep of Prisoners" 4; Zonian 3,4; Zonian Ad Seller 4. 

WALTER ERNEST CROUCH. March 3, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Track 3; Track (Intra.) 3; 
Glee Club 2,3. 



Drama Club 

Rank S.F.C.; 

3; "Andro- 




William Alexander Coy 




Michal Paula Craig 
Richard L. Cressy 
Walter Ernest Crouch 






Not THIS year! 





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Bonnie Lee Crowell 
Charles Eschman Curran 
Helen Frances Daniel 





Donald Edward Darden 




BONNIE LEE CROWELL. October 19, 1946. Neptune, New Jersey. Pan American Club 1,2; 
Pep Club 2; Office Assist. 4; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2; "Arms and the Man" 
2; Zonian Ad Seller 4; S.A. Rep. 1; S.A. Ticket Sales Comm. 4; Swimming 1,2; Zonian 4. 

CHARLES ESCHMAN CURRAN. October 26, 1946. Cairo, Illinois. N.H.S. 4; Science Club 2; 
Physics Comm. Ch. 2; U.N. Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Boys State Gov. 3; Boys Nation Senator 3; Debate 
Team 3,4; R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt. Awards Ball 3; Color Guard 3; Usher Guard 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 
Comm. 3; Senior Gift Comm. 4; Visitors Day Ch. 4; S.A. Rep. 4; Graduation Marshal 3; Bacca- 
laurate Marshal 3. 

HELEN FRANCES DANIEL. September !, 194S. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 3; French Club 
4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Bridge Club 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Comm. 2; 
Sadie Hawkins Court 2; Individual Senior Pictures Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 2,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 
2,3,4; "Androcles and the Lion" 1; .Accordion Band 1,2. 

DONALD EDWARD DARDEN. August 7, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club I; Folk Singers 
Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; R.O.T.C. Rank Pfc. Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Football (Intra.) 2,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball (Intra.) 3,4; Bowling (Intra.) 2; Golf (Intra.) 2; Swimming 2,3; Track 
4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2; Get-Acquainted Comm. 3; Inaugural Ball Comm. 2; Visitors Day 4; Stu- 
dent Handbook Comm. 4. 

KENNETH FRANKLIN DARLINGTON. May 24, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 4; 
C.C.C. Pres. 4; R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt. Soph. Class Vice Pres. 2; Jr. Class Pres. 3; Christmas Formal 
Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Cnmm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Court 2; Ping Pong 2,3; Parakeet Ad Seller 2; 
S.A. Alternate 2; Boys State 3. 



JOSE RAMON DAVILA. January 8, 1947. Puerto Rico. Lettermen's Club 4; Pan American Club 
2; C.C.C. Club 2; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Football (Intra.) 2,3; Baseball 4; Track (Intra.) 4; 
Parakeet Ad Seller 2,3. 

DENNIS CHARLES DEMING. August 29, 1946. Broken Bow. Nebraska. R.O.T.C. Rank 2nd It.; 
Sadie Hawkins Comm. 2; M.C.; Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Base- 
ball 3; S.A. Alternate 2; S.A. Rep. 4; Boys State 3; Secretary of State. 

BARBARA LOUISE DENNY. November 30, 1946. Los Angeles, California. Zonian 4; Zonian Ad 
Seller 4. 





Jose Ramon Davila 
Dennis Charles Deming 
Barbara Louise Denny 



We worked toward our final grade 





Alexis R. Diaz 





Geret Peter DePiper 
Patricia Ann Derrer 
Donald Mark Dessert 



GERET PETER DePIPER. July 16, 1946. Brooklyn, New York. Lettermen's Club 3,4; R.O.T.C. 
Rank Sgt.; Usher Guard 2; Football (Intra.) 3,4; J.V. Basketball 3; Swimming (Intra.) 2,3; Track 
3,4; Wrestling (Intra.) 2,3; Track (Intra.) 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 3. 

PATRICIA ANN DERRER. March 19, 1946. Jackson Heights, New York. F.T.A. 2; Pep Club 
1,2; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2. 

DONALD MARK DESSERT. June 24, 1946. Orlando, Florida. Slide Rule Club Pres. 4; R.O.T.C. 
Rank Pvt.; Swimming 4; Swimming (Intra.) 4. 

ALEXIS R. DIAZ. June 14, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Pan American Club 1; Pep Club I; 
Office Assist. 4; Jr.-Sr.- Banquet Comm. 3; Individual Senior Pictures Comm. 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 
2,3,4. 

SUSAN LESLIE DIERCKS. August 7, 1946. Bethesda, Maryland. F.B.L.A. 4; Mythology Club 2; 
Science Club 2; Chorus 2,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Visitors Day Usher 4. 

MICHAEL STANLEY DONALDSON. November 2 8, 1944. Margarita, Canal Zone. Folk Singers 
Club 4; R.O.T.C. Rank Staff Sgt.; Usher Guard 2,3; Football (Intra.) 4; Basketball (Intra.) 4; Field 
Hockey (Intra.) 4; Track (Intra.) 4. 

NANCY LEE DONALDSON. April 22, 1946. Kansas City, Missouri. Drama Club 4; Orchestra 2. 

LYNDA ANN DONLEY. May 12, 1946. Hamilton, Bermuda. Chess Club 2; Drama Club 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Library Club 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3; Literary Club 2; Pep Club 1; Science Club 2; U.N. 
Club 2,3; Senior Debate Team4; Library Assist. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 5; 
Jr. Showcase Comm. 3; Basketball (Intra.) 2; Volleyball (Intra.) 2; Joan of Lorraine 4; Parakeet 
Staff 4; Parakeet Ad Seller 4; S.A. Rep. 3; S.A. Handbook Comm. 4; Ch. S.A. Alternate 4; Ch. 
Ticket Sales Comm. 4; Orientation Day Comm. 4; Dramatics Usher 1. 



Susan Leslie Diercks 





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Michael Stanley Donaldson 
Nancy Lee Donaldson 
Lynda Ann Donley 



point averages. 



Ellen Camille Douglas 
Marcia Jane Dubbs 
Roberto Francisco Duran 






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ELLEN CAMILLE DOUGLAS. October 27, 1946. Guntersville, Alabama. Chess Club 3; Drama 
Club 4; Latin Club 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; N.H.S. 4; Science Club 3,4; Girls State 3; Jr.-Sr. Ban- 
quet 3; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; Showcase Comm. 2; Basketball (Intra.) I; Band I; S.A. Alternate 
1; Graduation Usher 3. 

MARCIA JANE DUBBS. August 13, 1946. Wabash, Indiana. Drama Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Pep Club I; Girls State 3; Individual Senior Pictures Comm. 4; Basketball 
(Intra.) 3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Zonian 3,4; S.A. Alternate 3,4; Dramatics Usher 1; N.H.S. 
Usher 3; Zonian Ad Seller 4. 

ROBERTO FRANCISCO DURAN. February IS, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Camera Cluh 1; 
Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Bowling (Intra.) Team Captain 1; Golf (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; B League Champions; 
S.A. Alternate 1; S.A. Rep. 3; Carnival Dcnce 3,4. 

VICKI LOU DUNNING. March 4, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 1; Library Club 1; 
Office Assist. 3; Freshman Picnic 1; Basketball (Intra.) 4; Bowlmg (Intra.) 1; Ping Pong (Intra.) 1; 
Volleyball (Intra.) 1; Visitors Day I. 

JONNIE SUE DYER. October 9, 1946. Dalton, Georgia. G.A.A. 3,4; Lab Assist. 4; Volleyball 
(Intra.) 3; S.A. Alternate 2; Girls State 3; Fashion Show 1,2. 

lAMES LEE EBDON. April 14, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. Color Guard 2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3; 
Sargeant; Football (Intra.) 2; Svsimming (Intra.) 4; Soccer 1; Band 1,2. 

RICHARD CRAIG EBDON. October 22, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. Lettermen's Club 3,4; 
N.H.S. 4; R.O.T.C. 2; Pvt. Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Senior Activity Comm. 
4; Football (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3.4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3; Track (Intra.) 4; Track 4; 
Visitors Day 4. 

JOSEPHINE VIRGINIA EBERENZ. April 2S, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Pep Club 1,2,4; Speech 
and Drama Assist. 3; Basketball (Intra.) 1; "Our Town" 3. 




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Jonnie Sue Dyer 



James Lee Ebdon 
Richard Craig Ebdon 
Josephine Virginia Eberenz 





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Rochelle Egudin 
Evelyn Ann Eldredge 



Barbara Clara Ellis 
Donna Mary Emerson 



Louis E. Engelke 




Bonita I.aiira Ensey 




ANN-CHRISTINE HELMI EDBERG. March 21, 194!. Stnckholm, Sweden. French Club .1,4; 
Orean Guild 4; Counselor's Assist. 4. 

ROCHELLE EGUDIN. September 19, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Pep Club 1: Awards Ball Comm. 
4; Drill Team Sponsor 4; Christmas Formal Court 3; Track Oiurt 3; Ping Pong I; Volleyball (Intra.) 
1.2.3; Football Court 4. 

EVELYN ANN ELDREDGE. December 16, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Camera Club 3; Drama 
Club 2,3,4; Future Nurses of America 1; Pan American Club 2,3,4; Science Club 1.2; U.N. Club 3; 
C.C.C. Club 2,3; "Our Town" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; S.A. Drives Comm. 3. 

BARBARA CLARA ELLIS. February 26, 1946. Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Bridge Club 4; Clinic 
Assist. 4. 



DONNA MARY EMERSON. October 4, 1946. Pontiac, Michigan. F.T.A. 4; Basketball (Intra) 
4; Swimming 4. 

LOUIS E. ENGELKE. July 27, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Chess Club 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; 
R.O.T.C. 2; Cpl. Boys State 3; Football (Intra.) 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 4; J.V. Basketball 3; 
Basketball (Intra.) 2; Golf (Intra.) 2; Swimming 3,4; Swimming (Intra.) 3,4. 

BONITA LAURA ENSEY. August 30, 1946. Denver, Colorado. Drama Club 1; Latin Club 1; 
Chorus 1; Glee Club 4. 



we searched for THE college. 



Juanita Lorraine Ensey 
Marilyn Jeanne Ermish 
Roberta Louise Evans 



Ronald G. Evers 
Fred Larry Eversole 
Kathryn Mary FaJlon 





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JUANITA LORRAINE ENSEY. August 30, 1946. Denver, Colorado. Drama Club 1: G.A.A. 2, S.- 
Spanish Club 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3; Water Ballet 1; "Skin of Our Teeth" 1; "Androcllos and the Lion" 
1; Chorus 1,4; Glee Club 4; School T.V. Program 4; Talent Show 1. 

MARILYN JEANNE ERMISH. August 4, 1946. New York, New York. Chemistry Assist. 4. 

ROBERTA LOUISE EVANS. September 8, 194i. New York City, New York. Drama Club 4; French 
Club 3; Pep Club 1; Office Assist. 4; "Joan of Lorraine" 4. 

RONALD G. EVERS. September 15, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Football (Intra.) 1,2. 

FRED LARRY EVERSOLE. March 22, 1946. Norfolk, Virginia. R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt.; Color 
Guard 3. 

KATHRYN MARY FALLON. October 21, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Literary Club 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Mythology Club 2; N.H.S. 4; Science Club 3; United Nations 
Club 4; Chemistry Assist. 3; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Basketb,ill (Intra.) 1,2,3; Volleyball (Intra.) 
1,2,3; Girls State 3. 

CAROL JANICE FARBMAN. October 12, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Drama Club 1,2,3; Frmch 
Club 3,4; Folk Singers Club 4; F.T.A. 1; Literary Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Mythology Club 1; N.H.S. 4; Pep 
Club 1; Bridge Club 4; Audio Visual 2; Counselor's Assist. 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins 
Comm. 2; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Senior Activities Comm. 4; Freshman Dance Comm. 1; Basketball (Intr.i.) 
2.3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3; S.A. Alternate 2; Co-ordinating Comm. 3,4; S.A. Publicity Ch. 4; Bac- 
calaurate Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; N.H.S. Usher 2; Orientation Day Usher 4. 

JAMES NOEL FARNSWORTH. July 8, 1946. Austin, Minnesota. Lcttermen's Club 3,4; Chem. 
Assist. 3; R.O.T.C. 2, Pfc; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Senior Ring Comm. 4; 
Football 3; Football (Intra.) I; Baseball 3,4; Bowling (Intr.i.) I; Swimmini; 3; Visitors Day Usher 4. 




Carol Janice Farbman 




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James Noel Farnsworth 




Then, early in December, some of us 



Linda Kave Fawcett 

Douglas F. Feeney 

Edwin George Fehranbach III 



Paul Daniel Ficzeri 
Janet Eliese Fields 
John Robert Fisher 




Harry DeWitt Foster 



UNDA KAYE FAWCETT. December 15, I94S. San Antonio, Texas. F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; 
Recorder 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Literary Club 3,4; Mythology Club 2; U.N. Club 4; Corresponding Sec. 
Bridge Club 4; Sec.-Treas. Girls State 3; Clinic Assist. 4; Counselor's Assist. 2; Sadie Hawkins Comm. 
2; Valentine Formal Comm. Ch. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Bowling (Intra.) 2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; 
Ping Pong 1,2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3; Varsity Captain 4; Zonian 4; S.A. Alternate 4; Ticket 
Sales 4; Visitors Day 4; Usher 4. 

DOUGLAS F. FEENEY. June 28, 1946. Buffalo, New York. R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt.; Football (Intra.) 
1,2; Swimming (Intra.) 1; Track 4; Track (Intr.i.) I; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 1; Dixieland Band 4; 
German Band 4; S.A. Alternate 1. 

EDWIN GEORGE FEHRANBACH III. September 2, 1945. Ancon, Canal Zone. Swimming 4. 

PAUL DANIEL FICZERL February 16, 1946. Cleveland, Ohio. Camera Club 3,4; Folk Singers 
Club 4; R.O.T.C. Rank Capt.; R.O.T.C. Band 2,3,4; Golf (Intra.) 4; Band 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; 
S.A. Coordinating Comm. 4. 

lANET ELIESE FIELDS. February 9, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 1,2,3; 
Natl. Thespians 2,3; Vice-Prcs. 4; Pep Club 1; C.C.C. 1,2,3,4; Frosh-Soph Frolic 1; Cards and An- 
nouncements Comm. 4; Christmas Showcase Comm. 3; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Swimming 1; Volley- 
hall 1,2; Ping Pong (Intra.) 1,2; "Androcles and the Lion" 1; "Skin of Our Teeth" 1; "Grass Harp" 
2: "Arms and the Man" 2; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "Our Town" 3; "If Girls Asked Boys for 
Dates" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; Dramatics Usher 1,2,3,4; Girls State 3. 

lOHN ROBERT FISHER. December 26, 1946. Duncan, Oklahoma. Natl. Thespians 2,3,4; Drama 
Club 1,2,3; Folk Singers Club 4; Drill Team 2,3; 1st. Lt.; Usher Guard 2; Senior Showcase Comm. 4; 
Football (Intra.) 1; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Golf (Intra.) 1; "The Skin of Our Teeth" 1; "Androcles 
and the Lion" l;"Arms and the Man" 2; "The Grass Harp" 2; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "Our 
Town" 3; "Is Girls Ask Boys for Dates" 3; Visitors Day Usher 4; S.A. Rep. 1; Game Usher 2; Boys 
State 3; Civic Council Elections 4. 

HARRY DeWITT FOSTER. September 24, 1946. Panama, Rep. de Panama. Drama Club 3; li- 
brary Club 1,2,3; Audio Visual 2,3; R.O.T.C. Rank S/Sgt.; Drill Team 3; Firing Squad 3; Rifle 
Team 4; Usher Guard 2,3; Library Assist. 1. 



KATHLEEN MARIE FOSTFR. 
Assist. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. 



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Lnughborough, England. Drama Club 3; Office 




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Kathleen Marie Foster 




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Richard Ernest Frank 
Linda Elizabeth Fussell 
Thomas Albert Gangle 



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Edna R. Glass 





David L. Gaul 
Carol Ann German 
Anne Elizabeth Gilley 



RICHARD ERNEST FRANK. April 18, 1946. Panama City, Panama. French Club 1; Science Club 
1- Spanish Club 3; R.O.T.C. 2, Rank Pfc; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3 JVal- 
rntine Formal Comm. 4; Football (Intra.) 4; Basketball (Intra.) 3; Tennis 1,2,3; Captam 3; Track 
(Intra.) 2,3; Ping Pong 1,2; S.A. Alternate 2; S.A. Rep. 3; Audio Visual 2,3. 

LINDA ELIZABETH FUSSELL. September 21, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Drama Club 4; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; Pan American Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Senior Showcase Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra) 1 2; 
Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; School T.V. Program 4; Folk Singers Club 4. 

THOMAS ALBERT GANGLE. May 12, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Lettcrmen's Club 2,3 4; Audio 

Visual Assist. 2; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; 

Football 4; Football (Intra.) 1; Baseball 3; Golf (Intra.) 3; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Swimming (Intra.) 

3.4; S.A. Alternate 2,3. 

DAVE L. GAUL. November 19, 1946. Altoona, Pennsylvania. 

CAROL ANN GETMAN. August 30, 1946. Jacksonville, Florida. French Club 4; Folk Singers 

Club 4; Library Club 4; Pan American Club 4; C.C.C. 4; Chorus 4. 

ANNE ELIZABETH GILLEY. November 23, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. F.N. A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 
2 3 4; Pep Club 2; Science Club 2,3; U.N. Club 3; Clinic Assist. 4; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Bas- 
ketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Ticket Sales Comm. 4; G.A.A. 
Dance 3; Girls State 3. 

DIANE ESTHER GILMAN. July 12, 1946. Miami, Florida. Folk Singers Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; 
F N.A. 4; Latin Club 4; Girls State 3. 

EDNA R. GLASS. December 12, 194S. I.iwa City, Iowa. F.N.A. 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Clinic Assist. 4; 
Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2. 



For better or for worse!! 



Joseph Lee Goff 

William Henry Golzalez II 

Harold Paul Green 




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lOSEPH LEE GOFF. February 25, 1946. Covington, Virginia. R.O.T.C. 2; Rank Cpl; Awards 
Ball 2; Basketball 1,2,3; J.V. Basketball 1; Ping Pong 2,3,4; S.A. Usher 2; Game Usher 2. 

WILLIAM HENRY GONZALEZ 11. July 25, 1946. Panama City, Panama. C.C.C. Club 1; Audio 
Visual 2,3,4; R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt.; Usher Guard 2,3,4; Soccer (Intra.) 2. 

HAROLD PAUL GREEN. November 10, 1946. Port Huron, Michigan. French Club 4; Slide Rule 
Club 4. 

ANN ELIZABETH GRIFFIN. December IS, 1945. Banbury, England. Chess Club 4; F.H.A. 4; 
F.N.A. 4. 

PATRICIA KUIPO GROW. May 21, 1946. Honolulu, Hawaii. Girls State 3; Chess Club 2; Drama 
Club 3,4; F.T.A. 2; Math Club 4; Office Assist. 3; Individual Senior Pictures Comm. 4; Thanksgiving 
Showcase 3; Zoniani 4; Zonian Ad Seller 4; Chorus 4; Jr.-Sr. Frolic 3. 

NANCY JO GRUBE. August 8, 1946. Pontiac, Illinois. Swimming 1,4; Volleyball (Itnra.) 2; 
Visitors Day Usher 4. 

lAMES ANTHONY GUIBERT. July 22, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 3; C.C.C. Club 
2,3; Drill Team 2,3; R.O.T.C. Rank 2nd Lt.; Usher Guard 2,3; Football 4; Football (Intra.) 2; 
Volleyball (Intra.) 3; Glee Club 3; Orchestra 1,2; Boys -State 3. 

MARY ELIZABETH HACK. June 12, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4; 
F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Pep Club 1; Jr. Organ Guild 3,4; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 
3: Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Archery (Intra.) 3; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; Fashion Show 1; "Our 
Town" 3; Band 1.2,3; S.A. Drives Comm. 3; Dramatics Usher 3; Girls State 3. 




Ann Elizabeth Griffin 




Patricia Kuipo Grow 



Nancy Jo Grube 
James Anthony Guibert 
Mary Elizabeth Hack 






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Linda Katherine Hart 




Jessie Maria Hassler 





Michael Patrick Halley 
Mary Ellen Hanley 
Margaret Ann Harrell 



MICHAEL PATRICK HALLEY. July 8, 1946. Chicago, Illinois. Drill Team 2,3,4; R.O.T.C. R.ink 
Captain. 

MARY ELLEN HANLEY. March 17. 1946. New York City, New York. Drama Club 1,4; French 
Club 4; Bridge Club 4; Basketball (Intr.i.) 3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2.3; Parakeet 3; Zonian 4; Chorus 
4: Girls State 3; Zonian Ad Seller 4. 

MARGARET ANN HARRELL. September 16, 1946. Mari.inna. Florida. 

I.INDA KATHERINE HART. September 1, 1946. Topeka, Kansas. Pep Club 1; Tomorrow's Sec- 
retaries 4; Cards and Announcements Conim. 4; Cheerleader 4. 

JESSIE MARIA HASSLER. July 2S. 1945. Panama City, Panama. French Club 2,3,4; Pan Ameri- 
can Club 4; Tomorrow's Secretaries 4; C.C.C. Club 2,4. 

LERLENE BEATRICE HAYDEN. December 30, 194S. Coral Gables, Florida. Drama Club 4 
F.N. A. 2, Pres. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pan American Club 2; Photography Club 2,3; Biology Assist. 2 
Special Education Assist. 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Senior Gift Comm. 4; Showcase Comm. 3,4 
Basketball (Intra.) 2,3; Volleyball (Intra) 2,3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; Zonian 4; Zonian Ad Sellers 4 
S.A. Ticket Sales 4; Girls State 3; Dramatics Usher 2; Senior Debate Team 4; U.N. Club 3. 

JANE 'W. HEARNE. December 6, 1945. Ancon, Canal Zone. F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep Club 
1; R.O.T.C. Assist. 4; Office Assist. 3; S^-nior Ring Comm. 4; Tennis 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; 
Water Ballet 2; Bridge Club 1. 

GENE THOMAS HERMANNY. November 27, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Slide Rule Club 4; 
Chess Club 4; Biology Assist. 2; Baseball 3. 





Lerlene Beatrice Hayden 

Jane W. Hearne 

Gene Thomas Hermanny 



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This year at school was OURS. 






Marisela Hermida 
Anayansi H. Herrera 
Montie T. S. Hess 





Charlene Marie Hey 




MARISELA HERMIDA. April M, 1944. Panama, Rep. de Panama. Pan American Club 4; C.C.C. 
Club 2,4. 

ANAYANSI H. HERRERA. March li, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Chess Club 1,2; French Club 
2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Mu Alpha Theta 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pan American Club 1,4; Science Club 1,2; 
Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; C.C.C. Club 2,3; Counselor's Assist. 2; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Chorus 2,4; Orchestra 
I: Baccalaureate Usher 3; S.A. Rep. 2; S.A. Alternate 3; Visitors Day 1; Carnival Dance 1,2; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; School T.V. Program 2; Talent Show 1,2,3. 

MONTIE T. S. HESS. May 17, 1946. Honolulu, Hawaii. Chess Club 4; Library Club 4; Awards 
Ball 3; Color Guard 3; Drill Team 2,3; Honor Guard 3; R.O.T.C. Rank S/Sgt.; Usher Guard 2,3. 

CHARLENE MARIE HEY. September 27, 194!. S«lfbridge A.F.B., Michigan. Office Assist. 4; 
Senior Ring Comm. 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Football Queen 4. 

lAMES HARRY HICKS. November 19, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt. Major; 
Color Guard 4; Usher Guard 2,3,4; Football 4; Football (Intra.) 1,2; Soccer (Intra.) 1. 

KAREN MARGARET HICKS. October 31, 1947. Munich, Germany. F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,4; 
Office Assist. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 4; Swimming (Intra.) 1,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,4; S.A. 
Alternate 1. 

KATHI TERESA HIRT. June 15, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pan American Club 
1,2,3; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Audio Visual 2,3; Office Assist. 4; Frosh-Soph Frolic 1; Individual 
Senior Pictures Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Bowling Intra.) 1,2; Softball 1,2; Volleyball 
'Intra.) 1,2,3; "The Grass Harp" 2; Cheerleader 4; Powder Puff Football 4. 

MARGARET ANNE HOFMANN. September 2, 1943. Panama, Rep. de Panama. French Club 4; 
Spanish Club 4; Chorus 1,2,3. 



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James Harry Hicks 





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Karen Margaret Hicks 
Kathi Teresa Hirt 
Margaret Anne Hofmann 



AT LAST! A chance to prove ourselves! 



Jane E Holgerson 
Jennifer Horner 
James Robert Hovan 





JANE E, HOLGERSON. November 6, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 1; To- 
morrow's Secretaries 4; Individual Senior Pictures Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 2,-1,4; Volleyb.dl 
(Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Fashion Show 1. 

JENNIFER HORNER. October 10, 1946. KingsviUe, Texas. Drama Club 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Basketball (Intra.) 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 4; Safety and Welfare Comm. 4. 

JAMES ROBERT HOVAN. October 7, 194S. Ancon, Canal Zone. 

ROBERT WILLIAM HOWARD. July 3 0, 1946. Oakland, California. Lettermen's Club 1,3; Color 
Guard 3,4; R.O.T.C. Rank Pfc; Swimming 3,4; Swimming (Intra.) 3; Track 1; Varsity Wrestling 1,2. 

MARY KAYE HOWE. December 9, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. French Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3; 
Library Club Pres. 2; Mu Alpha Theta 3, Pres. 4; N.H.S. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Science Club 3, Treas. 3; 
Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Rmg Comm. 3; Showcase Comm. 2,3; Bad- 
minton (Intra.) 2; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; S.A. Alternate 1,2; S.A. Secretary 4; Train Comm. 
3: Graduation Usher 3; U.N. Club 2; Bridge Club 3. 

LYNN MARIE HOWF.I.I.. October 30, 1946. Rcthcsda, Maryland. Basketball (Intra.) 4; Swim- 
ming 4. 

LINDA LEE HUGHES. June 29, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Library Club 2,3,4; Libr.iry As- 
sist. 2,3,4. 

TERESA A. HUMBARD. August 29, 1943. Colon, Rep. de Panama. Basketball (Intra.) 4; Vol- 
leyball (Intra.) 4. 




Robert William Howard 




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Lynn Marie Howell 
Linda Lee Hughes 
Teresa A. Humbard 






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Danita lanoale 
Diana Enid lanoale 




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Barbara Janowitz 
Patricia Marie Janssen 



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Pearline Alicia Jemmott 



JOSEPH MICHAEL HUNT, 
ball 2,3,4; Football (Intra.) 1; 



November 8, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Lettermen's Club 4; Foot- 
Baseball 3,4; Track (Intra.) 3; S.A. Alternate 1,3; S.A. Rep. 2. 



DANITA lANOALE. June 11, 1945. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. F.B.L.A. 4; F.N. A. 1; Library 
Club 2,3; Pan American Club 2; Pep Club 1; C.C.C. Club 3,4; Library Assist. 2,3 ;Basketball (Intra.) 
3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Fashion Show 2,3. 

DIANA ENID lANOALE. Novembot 17. 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 3; Folk Singers 
Club 4; F.N. A. 1; G.A.A. 3,4; Library Club Sec. 2; N.H.S. 4; Pep Club 2; Tomorrow's Secretaries 
Club 4; Pres.; Bridge Club 4; Library Assist. 2; Senior Ring Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 2,3; Vol- 
leyball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3; S.A. Alternate 2; S.A. Rep. 3; Girls State 3; Visitors Day 
Usher 4; Carnival Dance 3; Cheerleader 4. 

SIGMA KAYLA JAMESON. June 10, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Pan American Club 2; C.C.C. 
Club 2,4; Chorus 2,3,4. 

BARBARA JANO^X'ITZ. July 8, 1946. Panama, Rep. de Panama. French Club 3; Math Club 3, 
Sec. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science Club 2,3,4; U.N. Club 3; Chess Club 2; Chemistry Lab Assist. 3; Jr.-Sr. 
Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Showcase Comm. Ch. 2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Assembly Comm. 4; 
Ticket Sales Cximm. 4; Awards Day Assembly Comm. Ch. 4; Baccalaureate Usher 3; Graduation Usher 
3; Girls State 3. 

PATRICIA MARIE JANSSEN. March 17, 1946. Mare Island, California. Chess Club 3; Drama 
Club 1,2,3; N.H.S. 4; Pep Club 1,2; U.N. Club 3; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 
3; Tr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Basketball 
(Intra.) 1,3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3; The Lottery 3; Parakeet 3,4, Editor 4; Cheerleader 4; Christmas 
Showcase 3; Easter Showcase 2. 



JUDITH DELLE JELLUM. August 9, 1946. 
ball (Intra.) 4. 



Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Drama Club 3,4; Volley- 



PEARLINE ALICIA JEMMOTT. September 17, 194!. F.B.L.A. 4; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep Club 
2; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Softball 2; Football (Powder Puff Football) 4; 
Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Usher 2,3. 



not as V.I.P/s but 



James Hugh Jenkins 
Harvey Tyler Johnston 
Helen Rees Jones 




Carol Kapinos 
Bill Edward Keene 
Jean C. Kent 







Kathleen Dale Kervin 



JAMES HUGH. JENKINS. October I, 1946. New London, Connecticut. Photography Club 1,2,3,4; 
Chess Club 1,3; Library Club 1,2; Science Club 3; Bridge Club 3; Library Assist. 2; R.O.T.C. Rank 
Sgt.; Football (Intra.) 1; Parakeet Ad Seller 2,3. 

HARVEY TYLER JOHNSTON. September 23, 1946. Charlotte, North Carolina. Boys State 3; 
R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt. Awards Ball 3,4; Color Guard 3; Safety and Welfare Comm. 4; Football 3; 
Senior Activities Comm. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 4. 

HELEN REES JONES. September 9, 1946. Rochester, New York. 

CAROL KAPINOS. February 2S, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 1; Folk Singers Club 4; 
Tomorrow's Secretaries Club 4; Sec. Bridge Club 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Senior Gift Comm. 
4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4; "Water Ballet 3; S.A. Alternate 4; Girls State 3. 

BILL EDWARD KEENE. July 30, 1946. Baltimore, Maryland. Football 4. 

JEAN C. KENT. September 3 0, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 
1,2; Science Club 2, Treas. 2; Tomorrow's Secretaries Club 4; U.N. Club 2; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 
3; Senior Gift Comm. 4; Valentine Showcase Comm. 3; Easter Showcase Comm. 3; Basketball (Intra.) 
2; Chorus 4; S.A. Rep. 1,2,3; Baccalaureate Usher 3; N.H.S. Usher 1; Awards Day Usher 2. 

KATHLEEN DALE KERVIN. June 24, 1947. Miami, Florida. Drama Club 4; French Club 3,4; 
Folk Singers Club 4; Joan of Lorraine 4; Inaugural Ball 4; Dramatics Usher 4; Chorus 4. 

CHARLIE E. KEYS. November 23, 1946. Louisville, Kentucky. Photography Club 4; R.O.T.C. Rank 
S/Sfft. Drill Team 3,4; Firing Squad 3,4. 




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David Ernest Kimberling 
Vina Lee Kimbrough 
Nancy Lee King 




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Patricia G. Kintner 
Kazel Faye Kirk 
Leffel Earl Kitkman 





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DAVID ERNEST KIMBERLING. February 1, 1946. Vancouver, Washington. Mu Alpha Theta 4; 
N.H.S. 4; Physics Assist. 4; Awards Ball Comm. 2; Drill Team 2,3; Firing Squad 2,3; R.O.T.C. Rank 
Sgt. Senior Gift Comm. 4; Football 4; Basketball 4; S.A. Rep. 1. 

VINA LEE KIMBROUGH. December 29, 1946. West Palm Beach, Florida. Office Assist. 3.4: Cards 
and Announcements Comm. 4; Accordian Band 3. 

NANCY LEE KING. January 30, 1946. Auburn, New York. French Club 4. F.H.A. 4; Latin Club 
1,2; Spanish Club 1; Visitors Day 4; Girls State 3. 

PATRICIA G. KINTNER. September 25, 1946. Easton, Pennsylvania. F.N. A. 1; Latin Club 2; Pep 
Club 1,2,3; Tomorrows Secretsnes Club 4; Library Assist. 2. 

HAZEL FAYE KIRK. July 19, 1946. Panama, R. de P. C.C.C. 1,2,3; Office Assist. 4; Sadie Hawkins 
Dance Comm. 2. 

LFFFFL EARL KIRKMAN, July I. 1946. Indianapolis, Indiana. Boys State 3; Awards Ball Comm. 
2,3,4; Color Guard 3; Honor Guard 3; R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt. Usher Guard 3; S.A. Alternate 3; 
Ciame Usher 3. 

ELIZABETH ANN KITTERMEN. July 6. 1946. Bozeman, Montana. Office Assist. 3; Chorus 2. 




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Jon Parry Klages 



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Margarita Angele LaGrave 
Margaret Holmes Lane 
Sheila Marie LaPurte 



Kathleen Michele LaVallee 
Lorraine Helen Leen 
Paula Lee Leftridge 



Diane Jane Lewis 




Norman Lcwter 




MARGARITA ANGELE LAGRA\'t:. September 18, 1946. Mobile, Alabama, Folk Singers Club 4 
F.N.A. 4; F.T,A, 4; Latin Club 4; Chorus 4. 

MARGARET HOLMES LANE. July 27, 1946. Birm.ngham, Alabama. Drama Club 2,3,4; G.A.A 
2,3.4; Pep Ciub 2; Science Club 2; Audio- Visual 4; Office Assist. 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2 
Valentine Formal Comm. 4; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 4 
Gee Acquainted Dance Comm. 3,4; Basketball (Intra) 2,3,4; Softball 3,4; Tennis 2,4; Ping Pong 4 
Volleyball (Intra) 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Grass Harp 2; Arms and the Man 2; Death Takes 
a Holiday 3; Assembly Comm. 2. 



SHEILA MARIE LaPORTA. July 
Alpha Theta 4; Pep Club 1. 



1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. Drama Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Mu 



KATHLEEN MICHELE LaVALLEF. October 1, 1946. Worchester. Massachusetts. Camera Club I; 
Drama Club 2; Folk Singers Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Mythology Club Showcase 1; Library 
Club 1,2,3.4; Office Assist. 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Basketball (Intra) 1,2,3,4; Bowling (Intra) 
I; Field Hockey (Intra) 4; Softball 1.2,3,4; Tennis 1,2.3,4; Ping Pong 1,2.3,4; Volleyball (Intra) 
1.2,3,4; Basketball (Intra) 1.2,3.4; Basketball All Stars 2; Chorus 2; Glee Club 2.5. 

LORRAINE HELEN LEEN. June 19. 1946. Hollis Long Island. New York. Drama Club Pres. 4; 
French Club 3.4; Natl. Thespians 4; Our Town 3; Joan of Lorraine 4; Zonian 4; Zonian Ad Seller 4; 
Publicity Comm. 4. 

PAULA LEE LEFTRIDGE. January 19. 1946. Bel-Air. Maryland. F.T.A. 2,4; G.A.A. 1.2.3, Sec. 4; 
Coordinator of of Officials 4; Spanish Club Public Relations Officer 4; Debate Club 4; Girls State 
3; Biology Assist. 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 4; 
Senior Co-Ordinating Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra) 1.2.3; Captain 4; Basketball All Stars 1,2; Captain; 
Bowling (Intra) 2; Softball 2; Tennis (Intra) 1,2.3.4; Ping Pong 1,2; Volleyball (Intra) Captain 
1.2.3.4; Archery 1.2; Badminton 1; Volleyball All Stars Captain 1,2,3,4; Parakeet 4; Sports Editor 
4; Parakeet Ad Seller 4; S.A. Alternate 2; Co-Ordinating Comm. 4; Inaugural Ball Comm. 4; Visitors 
Day Usher 4; G.A.A. Dance 1,2,3,4. 

DIANE JANE LEWIS. October 30, 1946. Cincinnati, Ohio. Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Bridge 
Club 3; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins 
Dance Comm. 2; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; Senior Gift, Comm. 4; Slide Rule Club 3; Baccalaureate 
Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3. 



NORMAN EDWARD I.EWTER. February 7, 
1.2.3. 



1946. Panama. R. de P. Football (Intra) 1; Golf (Intra) 



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John R. Lincoln 

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lOHN R. LINCOLN. July 23, 1946. lone, Washington. Drama Club 2; Folk Singers Club 4; Natl. 
Thespians 2,3,4; Senior Ring Comm. 4; Football 3; Swimming 1,2,4; "Arms and the Man" 2; "Grass 
Harp" 2; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; Visitors Day Comm. 4; Civic Council Elections 4. 

RUTH G. LITVIN.May 14, 1946. Ancon, C:anal Zone. Drama Club 4; French Club 3,4; Folk Singers 
Club 4; F.T.A. 3; Pan American Club 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Senior Ring Comm. 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Literary Club' 3; School T.V. Program 4. 

MICHAEL AUTHOR LIVINGSTON. May 13, 194S. Colon, R. de P. Football 4; Swimming 2,3; 
Water Polo 2; "Our Town" 3; R.O.T.C. Rank Pvt. 

GEORGE DOUGLAS LORD. October 29, 1946. Panama, R. de P. R.O.T.C. Rank 2nd Lt. Awards 
Ball 2,3,4; Rifle Team 2,3,4. 

MARTHA JANE LUCAS. November 21, 1946. McKeesport, Pennsylvania. French Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 
2,3; Math Club 3; Basketball (Intra) 2; Softball 1,2,3; Ping Pong 2,3; Volleyball (Intra) 1,3. 

ABIGAIL E. MABRY. February 2, 1946. Sumeer, South Carolina. Girls State 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; 
Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Zonian 4; Get Acquainted Dance Comm. 4; 
Ticket Sales 4; Publicity Comm. 4; Awards Day Assembly Usher 3; Volleyball (Intra) 4; Zonian 
Ad Seller 4. 

BEVERLY ANN MAHONE. September 10, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 3; F.B.L.A. 
4: Library 3; Pan American Club 4; U.N. Club 3; Bridge Club 3; Pep Club 1; Office Assist. 4; 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Basketball (Intra) 2,3; Volleyball (Intra) 1,2; Carnival Dance Comm. 2,3,4. 

LINDA L. MAPES. December 5, 1946. Walker, Minnesota. Drama Club 3,4; Pep Club 1; Office 
Assist. 4; Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; Volleyball (Intra) 3,4; Glee Club I; Visitors Day I; 
Fashion Show 1. 




George Douglas Lord 




Martha Jane Lucas 



Abigail E. Mabry 
Beverly Ann Mahone 
Linda L. Mapes 




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and now it was June. 






Valerie Jolene Marcy 
Albert L. Martin 
Marilyn Martin 



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VALERIE JOLENE MARCY. October 14, 1946. Portland, Oregon. 



Oklahoma. Chess Club 4; Vice Pres. ; Bridge Club 
!,3; Color Guard 3; Drill Team 2; Usher Guard 



ALBERT L. MARTIN. February 6, 1946. Durant, 
4: R.O.T.C. Rank 2nd Lt. Awards Ball Comm. 
2,3,4; S.A. Alternate 2,4. 

MARILYN MARTIN. August 27, 1946. Richmond, Virginia. Chess Club 4; Drama Club 3; Folk 
.Smgers Club 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Literary Club 3,4; Mythology Club 3; Pan American Club 
4; Pep Club 2; U.N. Club Pres. 4; Bridge Club 3,4; Senior Debate Team 4; Girls State 3; Woodshop 
Assist. 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Senior 
Ring Comm. 4; ch; Basketball (Intra) 3,4; Volleyball (Intra) 2,3,4; Parakeet Ad Seller 3; Zonian 
Ad Seller 3; Chorus 4; Ticket Sales Comm. 4; S.A. Rep. 4. Co-ordinating Comm. 3; Safety and Wel- 
fare Comm. 4; Visitors Day Comm. 4; S.A. Publicity Comm. 4; Fashion Show 2. 

CHARLES ALLEN McCLELLAND. February 19, 1946. New York, New York. Folk Singers Club 4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Pan American Club 3, Treas. 3; U.N. Club 4; Usher Guard 2,3; Chemistry Assist. 3; 
R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt. Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 
4; Football (Intra) 3; Basketball (Intra) 2; Tennis 2; S.A. Co-ordinating Comm. Ch. 4. 

CARRIE ALICE McDANIEL. March 2, 1941. Cristobal, Canal Zone. 

KERSTEN ANN McKAY. December 21, I94S. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 1; G.A.A. 3,4; Audio 
Visual 2,3; Pep Club 1; Awards Ball Comm. 4; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.- 
Sr. Prom Comm. 3, Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra) 1,2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra) 1,2,3,4; 
"Androcles and the Lion" 1; S.A. Rep. 3; Co-ordinating Comm. 4; Safety and Welfare Comm. 1,2,3; 
Girls State 3. 

TAMES OWEN McKENNA. January 20, 1946. Omaha, Nebraska. Chess Club 4; Chemistry Assist. 4; 
Wrestling (Intra) 4. 





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Carrie Alice McDaniel 
Kersten Ann McKay 
James Owen McKenna 



We said good-by 




Alicia Priscilla McMurray 





Richard I. McLean 
Keith Madden McLtod 
Stephen James McLlvain 



RICHARD I. McLEAN. June 12, 1946. Cleveland, Ohi.i. 

KEITH MADDEN McLEOD. November 4, 1946. Anion. Cjjul Zone. Scieiicc Club 1; A«jrds lijll 
2; R.O.T.C. Rank Cpl.; Frosh-Soph Frolic 1; Football (Intra) 1,2; Basketball (Intra) 1; Swiniminj^ 
(Intra) 1; Track 1; Zonian Ad Seller 1; Carnival Dance 2,^. 

STEPHEN JAMES McLLVAIN. October 24, 1946. Flint, Michigan. Bridge Club 4. 

ALICIA PRISCILLA McMURRAY. Aprd S, 194.1. Panama, Rep. de Panama. F.N. A. 4; 
Pan American Club 4; Pep Club 1; Clinic Assist. 4; Basketball (Intra) 1; Ping Pong 4; Volleyball 
(Intra) 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4. 

MARY CLAIRE McNAUGHT. August 9, 1946. Pomona, California. French Club Trcas. 3; N.H.S. 
4; Pan American Club 3; Bridge Club Pres. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Senior Activity Comm. 4; 
Senior Gift Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra) 3; Volleyball (Intra) 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Zonian 
3; Get Acquainted Dance Comm. Ch, 4; Visitors Day Usher 4; S.A. Publicity 4; Graduation Usher 
3; Baccalaureate Usher 5; Ciirls State 3; Attorney General; Folk Singers Club 4. 

DAVID liLVlN McPHI.RSON. December 26, 1944. Nashville, Tennessee. Folk Singers Club 4; Foot- 
ball (Intra) 4. 

I1;aNNE KAREN MI'YKR. February 6, 1946. Davenport, iowa. Girls State 3; F.N. A. 3; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Literary Club 5; Scc-Treas. 4; Mu Alpha Thcta 3,4; U.N. Club 4; Cards and Announcements 
Comm. 4; Basktnball (Intra) 3; Volleyball (Intra) 2,3; Drives Cnmm. 4; Visitors Day 4: Awards Day 
Comm. 4; Orientation Day 4. 

lOANNE KAROL MEYER. February 6, 1946. Davenport, Iowa. Girls State 3; F.N. A. 3; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Literary Club 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; U.N. Club 4; Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; 
Basketball (Intra) 2,3; A League Champions 2; Volleyball (Intra) 2,3; A League Champions 3; 
Drives Comm. Ch. 4; Visitors Day Cx>mm. 4; Assembly (Awards Day) 4; S.A. Rep. 4; Orientation 
Day 4. 



Mary Claire McN;ui^hr 




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David Elvin McPhcrson 
Jeanne Karen Meyer 
Joanne Karoi Meyer 



to friends, and to four good years. 



Ronald George Meyer 
Gregory Stephen Michaelis 
Tita Milas 





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RONALD GEORGE MEYER. November 23, 1946. White Plains, New York. Awards Ball 2,3; 
R.O.T.C. Rank Cpl.; Frosh-Soph Frolic 2; Football (Intra.) 2,3; Basketball (Intra.) 5.4; Swimming 
(Intra.) 3,4; Track (Intra.) 2,3; Zonian Ad Seller 2; Carnival Dance 2,3. 

GREGORY STEPHEN MICHAELIS. April 5, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Folk Singers Club 4; 
Library Club 1,2; Library Assist. 1; R.O.T.C. Rank Staff Sgt.; Football (Intra.) 3,4; Basketball 
(Intra.) 2; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Parakeet 4. 

TITA MILAS. October 20, 194S. Panama City, Panama. French Club 3,4; Library Club 1,2; 
Literary Club 4; Pan American Club 4; U.N. Club 4; C.C.C. Club 3,4; Library Assistant 1,2; Nov. 3rd 
Showcase 3; Pan American Showcase 3; Basketball (Intra.) 1; Zonian 4; Zonian Ad Seller 4; S.A. 
Alternate I; Visitors Day Usher 4; Carnival Dance 0>mm. 3,4. 

JOHN ARTHUR MILLAR. September 3, 1946. Panama, Rep. de Panama, Camera Club 1,2; 
Bowling (Intra.) !; Basketball (Intra.) 3; Tennis 2; Ping Pong 2,3. 

ROBERT C. MOHL. September I, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Golf (Intra.) 2; Track 1. 

WALTER LYLE MONROE. July 11, 194S. Nicaragua. Lcttcrnicn's Club 3,4; Pan American Club 
1,2; Drill Team 2; R.O.T.C. Rank Pfc; Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; Football 1,2,3; Football 
(Intra.) 1,2; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Swimmmg 1; Swimming (Intra.) 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Track 
(Intra.) 2,3; Water Polo 2,3; Wrestling 2,3; "Androcles and the Lion" I; S.A. Alternate 1,2; In- 
augural Ball 1. 

IRENE MARY MONZON. January M, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Drama Club 2; F.H.A. 4; 
F.N. A. 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pan American Club 4; Pep Club 1; Girls State 3; Cards and 
Announcements Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Ping Pong 3; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Maii- 
aecr 3, Badminton (Intra.) 3; S.A. Alternate 4; Ticket Sales 4; Train Comm. 4; Cheerleader 3,4; 
Carnival Dance Comm. 4. 



GERALD WALTON MOORE. March 26, 1946. Kansas City, Missour 



R.O.T.C. Rank Pvt. 




John Arthur Millar 




Robert C. Mohl 



Walter Lyle Monroe 
Irene Mary Monzon 
Gerald Walton Moore 






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Summoning our independence, 




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John Edward Morton 
Charles W. Moses 
Girolyn Ann Mounts 



Judith Ann Meyers 
Earl Fuller Nelson 
William Joseph Nordstrom 



Judith C^arol Nuchols 



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lOHN EDWARD MORTON. September 24, 1946. Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Chess Club 2; Let- 
termen's Club 3,4; Science Club 1,2,3; Physics Assist. 4; Chemistry Assist. 3; Track 2,3,4; Track 
(Intra.) 2. 

CHARLES W. MOSES. November 21, 1945. Los Angeles, California. Letterman's Club 2,3,4; Class 
Pres. 1; Class Vice Pres. 3,4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Freshmen Picnic 1; Frosh-Soph Frolic 2; 
Tr. Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Jr. Ring Comm. 
3; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 4; Football 2,3,; Football (Intra.) 1; Canal Zone 
MI Stars 2; Baseball 2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Basketball (Intra.) 1; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Swimminj^ 
(Intra.) 2; Softball 1; Track 2,3; Track (Intra.) 1,2; Volleyb.ill (Intra.) 1,3; S.A. Alternate 3; 
Football Dance 3; Get Acquainted Dance Comm. 1; Train Comm. 1. 

CAROLYN ANN MOUNTA. February 24, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone .Drama Club 3,4; Folk Singers 
Club 4; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 1; Bridge Club 3,4; Office Assist. 4; Speech Sec. 4; Christmas Formal 
Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. Ch. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; 
Visitors Day 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Bowling (Intra.) I; Tennis 1; Ping Pong 1; Water Ballet 1; 
Chorus 1,2,4; S.A. Alternate 4; Fashion Show 1. 

JUDITH ANN MYERS. May 22, 1946. Tucson, Arizona. Drama Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Latin Club 
1; Pep Club 1,2; Tomorrows Secretaries 4; Bridge Club 4; R.O.T.C. Assist. 3.4; Audio Visual Asst. 
4; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; Rasketb.ill (Intra.) 3,4; Vnlleyb.ill (Intra.) 2,3,4; Get- Acquainted 
Dance Comm. 4. 

EARL FULLER NELSON. November 10, 1945. Atlanta, Georgia. R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH NORDSTROM. July 3, 1946. Ancnn, Canal Zone. Lettermen's Club 4; R.O.T.C. 
Rank Pfc. Football (Intra.) 4; Football 2,3; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Golf 2. 

.lUDITH ANN NUCHOLS. February S, 1945. Kittery, Maine. F.H.A. 4; Chorus 1,3,4; Glee Club 
3,4: Fashion Show 3; Talent Show 1; School T.V. Program 4. 

RICHARD C. ORVIS. June 8, 1946. Tulsa, Oklahoma. Football (Intra.) 4. 



we look ahead to the beginning 



Sheila Ameila Osborne 
David Gilbert Parker 
Roberta Lynn Patarson 



Robert Paul Pederson 

Elva Perez 

Fred Eugene Perra 





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Emilie Ann Petrosky 



SHEILA AMELIA OSBORNE. May 10, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Chess Club 3; F.N. A. 2.3; 
Treas. 4; F.T.A. 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Mythology Club 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Pan American Club 1,2,3,4; 
Science Club Historian, Recording Sec. 3; Showcase Comm. 3; U.N. Club 4; Bridge Club 3,4; C.C.C. 
Club 1,2,3,4; Girls State 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Individual Senior Pictures Comm. 4; Valentine 
Showcase Comm. 3; Thanksgiving Showcase Comm. 2; Archery 2; Chorus 2,4; Awards Day Comm. 
4: Carnival Dance Comm. 3,4; Awards Day Usher 3. 

DAVID GILBERT PARKER. August 19, 1946. Middlcton, Connecticut. Chess Club 4; Bridge Club 
4- Awards Ball 3. 

ROBERTA LYNN PATER.SON. May 14, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 4; F.H.A. 4; F.N.A. 2; 
F.T.A. 3; Pep Club 1; Point of View Club 3; Audio Visual Sec. 2; Gym Office Assist. 4; Senior 
Showcase Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1.2; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Softball 2; Ping Pong 1; Volleyball 
(Intra.) 1,2; Girls State 5; Fashion Show 1; Inaugural Ball Comm. 4. 

ROBERT PAUL PEDERSEN. April 3, 194S. Ancon, Canal Zone. 

ELVA PEREZ. August 3, 1946. San Antonio, Texas. Drama Club 1; F.T.A. 2,4; Library Club 4; 
Literary Club 4; Pep Club 1; Basketball (Intra.) 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1; Fashion Show 1. 

FRED EUGENE PERRA. August 23, 1945. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 3; Cards and An- 
nouncements Comm. 4; Football (Intra.) 3; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Track (Intra.) 3; Ping Pong 
3; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3. 

EMILIE ANN PETROSKY. August 7, 1946. New London, Connecticut. Pep Club 1,2; C.C.C. Club 
1,2; Office Assist. 4; Ticket Sales 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,4; School T.V. Program 2. 

BERNARD ENGENE PIAIA. March 16, 1945. Ancon, Canal Zone. Football 4; Baseball 4. 




Bernard Eugene Piaia 




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Alete E. Pinilla 
GuilJermina T. Pino 
Marsha Lynn Prevost 



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Antonia Price 
Constance Louise Pustis 
Pauline Ann Pyer 



Kathcrine Lee Ralston 




I'lioinas R. Rainey 




ALETE E. PINILLA. December 3 1, 194!. Houston, Tex.is. 

GUILLERMINA T. PINO. August 29, 194!. Panama City, Panama. French Club 3,4; N.H.S. 4; 
Tomorrows Secretaries Club 4; Vice-Pres. C.C.C. Club 2,3,4; French Award 3; Carnival Dance 2,4. 

MARSHA LYNN PREVOST. May 3, 1946. Wilson, North Carolina. Band Sec. 4; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 4; Zonian, Jr. Class Editor 4; Band 3; Orchestra 4; Majorette 4; Zonian Ad Seller 4. 

ANTONIA PRICE. April 20, 194!. Panama, Rep. dc Panama. Camera Club 1; Pan American Club 
1.2; Pep Club I; C.C.C. Club 1; Office Assist. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,4; 
Archery (Intra.) 3; Chorus 3. 

CONSTANCE LOUISE PUSTIS. February 9, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Pep Club 2; Sec. 1; N.H.S. Usher 2; Clinic Assist. 4; Chemistry Assist. 3; Christmas 
Formal Comm. 3; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Jr.-Sr. Frolic 3; Valentine Showcase 3; Basketball (Intra.) 
2,3; Swimming (Varsity) 1,2; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3; Drives 4; S.A. Rep. 1,2; Dramatics Usher 1,2; 
Fashion Show 1; Girls State 3; Fashion Show Usher 2; Orientation Day 2,4. 

PAULINE ANN PYER. February 2!, 1947. Biddcford, M.iine. F.H.A. 4; I.ibr.iry Club 1; Volleyball 
(Intra.) 3; Accordion Band 1,2,5. 

KATHI.F.FN LI-F KAI.STON. May I. 1946. Austin, Texas. French Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; Office 
Assist. 3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Basketball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2; Zonian 5,4; 
Zonian Ad Seller 1,4; F.N. A. 5; S.A. Alternate 2. 

THOMAS B. RAINEY. August 10, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. Shop Assist. 2,5; Football (Intra.) 
1.2: Basketball (Intra.) 1; Golf (Intra.) 1,2; Water Polo 1; S.A. Alternate 2; S.A. Rep. I; 
Slide Rule Club 1. 



Not as Seniors, 



Susan Rae Rathgeber 
George William Rcichart 
Elizabeth Reyes 




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Emma Gloria Reynolds 
Harvey Glenn Rhyne 
James W. Riley 







SUSAN RAE RATHGEBER. May 24, 194S. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 4; F.N. A. 2,3; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Bridge Club 4; Library Assist. 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance 
Comm. 2; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Christmas Formal Court 3; Basketball 
(Intra.) 3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4; S.A. Rep. 4; S.A. Alternate 3; Ticket Sales 4; .Senior 
Gift Comm. 4. 

GEORGE WILLIAM REICH ART. October 1, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chemistry Assist. 3; 
R.O.T.C. Rank 2nd Lt. R.O.T.C. Leadership School 3; Football (Intra.) 1,2; J.V. Basketball i; 
Boys State 3. 

ELIZABETH REYES. October 7, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Pan American Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; 
Tomorrows Secretaries Club 4; C.C.C. Club 1,2,3,4; Fashion Show 1,3. 

EMMA GLORIA REYNOLDS. October I, 1946, Ancon, Canal Zone. Pep Club 3; French Club 2,3; 
Pine Pong 2,3. 

HARVEY GLENN RHYNE. October 1, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Rifle Team 4. 

JAMES W. RILEY. January 24, 1946. Oelwein, Iowa. Chess Club 1; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Bridge 
Club 1; Football 2,3; Football (Intra.) 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; All Zone Baseball 3,4; Basketball (Intra.) 
2,3; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Golf (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Softball 1; Track (Intra.) 2; Ping Pong 2,3,4. 

OLAV FREDERICK ROOS. February 6, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Awards Ball 2,3; Firing Squad 
3; Drill Team 2,3; Rifle Team 2; R.O.T.C. Rank SgC; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Golf (Intra.) I; Sadie 
Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; S.A. Alternate 2; Drives Ciimni. 1.2.3,4; Ciet-Acquainted Dance Comm. 
4: Inaugural Ball Comm. 3,4; Baccalaurate Usher 3. 

SANDRA SUE ROTH-ROFFY. October 20, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. F.T.A. 4; Office Assist. 
.3.4: Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2; Glee Club 2. 





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Olav Frederick Roos 




Sandra Sue Roth-Roffy 






But as individuals. 



Sherry Louise Sabo 
Enrique Octavio Salerno 
Carole Ann Salonic 





SHERRY LOUISE SABO. September 7, 1946. Fort Benning, Georgia. French Club 4. 

ENRIQUE OCTAVIO SALERNO. October 10, 1945. Panama, Rep. de Panama. Chess Club 1,2,3; Pan 
American Club 4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Stamp Club 4; C.C.C. Club 4. 

CAROLE ANN SALONIC. May 13, 1946. Rutherfordton, North Carolina. Drama Club 4; 
C.C.C. Club 4; Counselor's Assist. 4; Office Assist. 3,4; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; Basketb.iU 
CIntra.) 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 4; Co-ordinating Comm. 3; Fashion Show 3. 

SANTOS L. SAMSON. May 8, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 2; Latin Club 3; Treas. 4; 
Mythology Club 1; Pan American Club 2; C.C.C. Club 2,3; Vice Pres. 4; Color Guard 3; 
R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt.; Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; "Death of the Hired Man" 3; S.A. 
Alternate 3,4; Showcase Comm. 3; Ch. 4. 

CHARLES GEORGE SANDERS. July 30, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Camera Club 2; Pres. 3; Vice 
Pres. 4; Audio Visual Projectionist 3,4. 

LAURA ANN SANDERS. August 3, 1937. Colon, Rep. de Panama. Swimming (Intra.) 1,2,3; 
Fashion Show 1,2; ^X'ater Ballet 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3. 

RENEE MARIE SARGENT. April S, 1946. San Francisco, California. G.A.A. 2; Library Club 2; 
Library Assist. 2; Office Assist. 3,4; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Individual Senior Pictures 
Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Zonan 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Zonian Ad Seller 4. 

BILLY JINKS SATTERWHITE, JR. November 3, 1946. San Diego, California. Bridge Club 4; 
C.C.C. Club 4; Color Guard 3; Drill Team 2,3,; Firing Squad 2; R.O.T.C. Rank 2nd Lt.; Usher 
Guard 2,3; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; C.C.C. Program 4; Carnival Dance 1,2,3,4; School T.V. 
Program 1,3; Boys State 3. 













Santos L. Samson 



Charles George Sanders 



Laura Ann Sanders 
Rence Marie Sargent 
Billy Jinks Satterwhite 





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Bari Schoch 

Joan Marion Schonert 

Martha Kay Schuck 




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BARI SCHOCH. July 22, 1946. Pananu, Rep. cic P.inima. S^ k-,;ci- Club 2; R.l'.T.C. Kjnk Cpl.; 
Football (Intra.) 2,3; Basketball (Intra.) 3. 

JOAN MARION SCHONERT. October I, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Chess Club 4; Library Club 
1.2; Basketball (Intra.) 1; Chorus 1; Train Comm. 4. 

MARTHA KAY SCHUCK. October 28, 1946. Indianapolis, Indiana. F.N. A. 2; Bowling (Intra.) 1,2; 
Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2. 

DONNA GAE SECREST. January 9, 1946. McKeesport, Pennsylvania. Office Assist. 2,5; Frosh.-.Soph. 
Frolic 2; Frosh. Picnic 1; Pep Club 1; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2. 

NANCY ELLEN SHAVER. November 5, 1946. Mount Kisco, New York. Drama Club 4. 

PAUL ROBINSON SHEFFIELD, JR. October 12, 1946. Washington, D.C. Chemistry Assist. 3; 
Color Guard 3,4; R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt.; Usher Guard 3,4; S.A. Alternate 4. 

JULIA MARIE SHIPLEY. July 1, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Biology Assist. 3; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4; Chorus 4. 

NINA MARIE SHIRER. July 28, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. N.H.S. 4; Pan American Club 1,4; 
Tomorrows Secretaries Club 4; C.C.C. Club 2; Volleyball (Intra.) 3. 



Nancy Ellen Shaver 






Paul Robinson Sheffield, Jr. 
Julia Marie Shipley 
Nina Marie Shirer 



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Larry Morgan Simpson 




William Foster Singleton 





Carol Ann Showalter 
Edward T. Sigerfoos 
Richard Dean Sillik 



CAROL ANN SHOWALTER. January 8, 1947. Honolulu, Hawaii. F.T.A. 4; Cards and Announce- 
ments Comm. 4; Ping Pong 4. 

EDWARD T. SIGERFOOS. October 19, 1946. Brandenton, Florida. R.O.T.C. Rank 2nd Lt.; Jr.-Sr. 
Frolic 3; Football 4; Golf (Intra.) 3. 

RICHARD DEAN SILLIK. September 22, 194S. McAllen, Texas. Chess Club 4; Ping Pong 4; 
Science Club 3; Bridge Club 4; Awards Ball 3; Usher Guard 3. 

LARRY MORGAN SIMPSON. June 30, 1946. Fort Bragge, North Carolina. Drama Club 4; F.T.A. 
4; Chemistry Assist. 3; Senior Showcase Ch. 4; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,3,4; S.A. Alternate 4; 
Bridge Club 3,4. 

WILLIAM FOSTER SINGLETON. June 12, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club Vice Pres. 3,4; 
Natl. Thespians Pres. 4; "Our Town" 3; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "If Girls Asked Boys for 
Dates" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; Science Exhibit 2. 

MARY FRANCES SISAK. April 18, 1947. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Folk Singers Club 4; F.N. A. 
4 Literary Club 4. 

RUSSELL C. SLOUGH. May 29, 1946. Panama, Rep. de Panama. Pan American Club 1,2; Science 
Club 2; C.C.C. 3; R.O.T.C. Rank Pfc; Usher Guard 2,3; Football (Intra.) 1,2; Basketball 2,5; 
Swimming 2; Ping Pong 1,2; S.A. Alternate 1,3. 

FDWARD KEITH SMITH. July 6, 1946. Goldsboro, North Carolina. 





Mary Frances Sisak 
Russell C. Slough 
Edward Keith Smith 



With our four years preparation 



A. Richard Smith 
Sharyn Kay Snowden 
Maria Uresa Solerno 






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A. RICHARD SMITH. November 13, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 2; Lettermen's Club 
2,3,4; Science Club 3; R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt.; Awards Ball 3; Drill Team 2,3,4; Firing Squad 2; 
Rifle Team 2; Usher Guard 2; Frob,h.-Soph. Frolic 1; Senior Individual Picture Comm. 4; Football 
Manager 2,4; Bowlmg (Intra.) 1; Track 4; Wrestling 4; Football Dance 2; Carnival Dance 3. 

SHARYN KAY SNOWDEN. September 16, 194!. Dallas, Texas. F.H.A. 1,2; Parliament.irian 3; 
Pres. 4; F.N.A. 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Office Assist. 2,3,4. 

MARIA URESA SOLERNO. March 17, 1946. Panama C.ty, Panama. 

VALERIE ANN SPENCER. June 21, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 1; F.T.A. 1; Pep 
Club I; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Cards 
and Announcements Comm. 4; Freshman Dance Comm. I; Volleyball (Intra.) 1; Parakeet 3,4; S.A. 
Alternate 1; S.A. Rep. 2. 

MARY TERESA SPINELLI. December 17, 1946. Mischewaka, Indiana. Latin Club 3; Mu Alpha 
Theta 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pan American Club 3; Science Club 3,4; Bridge Club 3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 
3; S.A. Sec. 4; Drives Comm. 4; Train Comm. 4; Awards Day Comm. 4; Graduation Usher 3. 

TANNIS MARIE SPRADLIN. November 18, 1946. Kentucky. Office Assist. 4. 

JOHN J. STABLER. September 16, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. 

EVE F. STEPHEN. October 27, 1946. Chess Club 3; F.T.A. 2,3.4; Latin Club 3; Pan American 
Club 2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Bridge Club 3,4; Jr. Showcase Comm. 3; Senior Showcase Comm. 4. 




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Valerie Ann Spencer 




Mary Teresa Spinelli 



Tannis Marie Spradlin 
John J. Stabler 
Eve F- Stephan 





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John Howard Swain 
Jane Suzanne Swasick 



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MARSHA RAE SUTHERLAND. August 3, 1946. Margarita, Canal Zone. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Office Assist. 
2.3; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Valentine Formal Comm. 4; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Basketball 
(Intra.) 2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4. 

JOHN HOWARD SWAIN. June 28, 1946. Tacoma Park, Maryland. Drama Club 2,3,4; Natl. 

Thespians 3,4; Football (Intra.) 3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; lootball 1,2; Softball 1,2; "You Can't Take 

It With You" 2; "The Hitch-Hiker" 2; "Auntie Mamie" 2; "Sorry, Wrong Number" 2; "The 
Lottery" 3; "Our Town" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4. 

JANE SUZANNE SWASICK. March 3 1, 1946. Findlay, Ohio. Drama Club 3; French Club 3; Folk 
Singers Club 4; F.T.A. 3; Pres. 4; Library Club 4; Pomt of View Club 3,4; Mythology Club 3; 
U.N. Club 3; Library Assist. 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 3; "Death Takes A Holiday" 3; Parakeet 4; 
Girls State 3. 

VILMA ESTHER TARMAN. April 2 8, 1946. Panama, Rep. dc Panama. Camera Club 1,2; F.N.A. 
1,2; Pan American Club 1; Pep Club 1,2; Photography Club 1,2, C.C.C. 1,2,3; Basketball (Intra.) 
1,2,3; Swimming 1,2,3; Swimming (Intra.) 1; Softball 1; Ping Pong 1,2,3; Volleyball l(Intra.) 
1,2,3; Get-Aquainted Dance 1,2. 

CLAYTON M. TAUL. September 24, 1946. Florida. Camera Club Vice Pres. 3; Chess Club 3; 
F.B.L.A. 4; Bridge Club 3,4; Glee Club 2,3; Bowling (Intra.) 1. 

JAYE M. THOMPSON. October 1, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 2; Pep Club 1; Tomor- 
rows Secretaries Club 4; Office Assist. 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 
2; Easter Showcase Comm. 3; Thanksgiving Showcase Comm. 3; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Volleyball 
(Intra.) 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Inaugural Ball 3. 

VICTOR O. TREVINO. December 20, 1945. Modesto, California. Awards Ball 2; Drill Team 1,2; 
R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt. First Class; Football 2. 

LUISA RENEE UGARTE. August 19, 194S. Peru. Spanish Club 3. 



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Jaye M. Thompson 
Victor O. Trevino 
Luisa Renee Ugarte 



and promise, for tomorrow 



Pearl Susan Unrau 
John Randall Vaucher 
Aurea E. Velez 





PEARL SUSAN UNRAU. May 28, 1946. Panama City, Panama. Math Club 2; Science Club 2,3; 
Library Assist. 2; Basketball (Intra.) 3,4. 

JOHN RANDALL VAUCHER. December 13, 1945. San Bernardino, California. R.O.T.C. Rank Lt.; 
Band 2,3,4; Senior Gift Comm. 4; Miscellaneous Sales 4. 

AUREA E. VELEZ. November 28, 1946. Ponce, Puerto Rico. Pan American Club 1,2,3,4; Pep 
Club 1,2; U.N. Club 1; C.C.C. 1,2,3,4; Gym Assist. 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Valentine 
Formal Comm. 4; Carnival Dance Comm. 1,2,3,4; Fashion Show 1,2,3,4; Talent Show 1,2. 

ROBERT C. WALKER. April 7, 1946. Augusta, Georgia. Chemistry Assist. 3; R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt.; 
Color Guard 2; Drill Team 1; Firing Squad 1; Honor Guard 2; Football (Intra.) 1; Bowling (Intra.) 
1; Golf (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Tennis 4; Vi'ater Polo 1; S.A. Alternate 1. 

RICHARD CRAIG WALLACE. October 18, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 1; Math Club 4; 
Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1; R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt.; Football 2,4; Football (Intra.) 3; Basketball 
(Intra.) 1; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Track 1,4; Track (Intra.) 1,4; Volleyball (Intra.) 3. 

ROBERT ALLEN WALLACE. November 8, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 4; Math Club 4; 
R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt.; Color Guard 4; Usher Guard 2; Basketball Manager 1; J.V. Basketball Manager 
1: fowling (Intra.) 1; Track (Intra.) 4. 

RICHARD SIMMS WALLACH. .June 18, 1946.. Washington, D.C. Lcttermen's Club 5; R.O.T.C. 
Rank Sgt.; Color Guard 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Senior Gift 
Comm. 4; Swimming 3; Tennis 2,3,4; Track 1; Wrestling 2. 

LAUREL ANN WALTON. November 3 0, 1946. Fullerton, California. Drama Club 4; Folk Singers 
Club 4; F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 2,3,4; F.N. A. 3; Latin Club 1,2; Mythology Club 3; Pep Club 2; Girls 
State 3; Office Assist. 4; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Chorus 1; S.A. Rep. 2. 




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Roben Allen Wallace 
Richard Simms Wallach 
Laurel Ann Walton 









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And to tomorrow's tomorrow 



Judith Lee Warford 
Donald S. Watkins 
Sandra Louise Watson 



Rebecca Elizabeth Webb 
Douglas Allen Webster 
Fred E. Wells, Jr. 





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Carol Ann Wentsler 



JUDITH LEE WARFORD. August 22, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 2; G.A.A. 4; Pan 
American Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; Tomorrows Secretaries Club 4; C.C.C. 2; Office Assist. 4; Cards 
and Announcements Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,5,4; "Androcles tnd The Lion" 1; Chorus 
1.3; Train Ticket Sales Comm. 1; Fashion Show I. 

DONALD S. WATKINS. February 18, 1946. New York City, New York. French Club 1; F.B.L.A. 
4; Bridge Club 4; Usher Guard 2,3; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Cards and Announcements Comm 4; 
S.A. Rep. 1,3. 

SANDRA LOUISE WATSON. June 8, 1946. Jacksonville, Florida. Pep Club I; Clinic Assist. 4. 

REBECCA ELIZABETH WEBB. December 20, 1946. West Palm Beach, Florida. F.T.A. 4; library 
Club 4; Tomorrows Secretaries Club 4; Historian, Point of View Club 4; Parakeet 4. 

DOUGLAS ALLEN WEBSTER. August s, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 1; R.O.T.C. Rank 
Cpl.; Drill Team 2,3; Usher Guard 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 

FRED E. WELLS, JR. February 10, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. N.H.S. 4; Chemistry Assist. 3; 
R.O.T.C. Rank 1st Lt. 

CAROL ANN WENTSLER. December 8, 194S. Panama, R. de P. Drama Club 2; F.N. A. 3,4; 
Library Club 2; Literary Club 3,4; Math Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Library Assist. 
7; R.O.T.C. Assist. 4; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; 1st Lt.; Class Sec. 3; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; 
Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Jr. Ring Comm. 3 ;_ Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; Senior Gift 
Co-Ch. 4; Inaugural Ball Comm. 3,4; S.A. Rep. 1,5,4; Baccalaurate Marshall 3; Baccalaurate Usher 
3- Graduation Usher 3; Girls State 3. 

ROBERT WILLIAM WHEELER. June 13, I94S. Ancon, Canal Zone. Slide Rule Club 4. Football 4. 




Robert William Wheeler 




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and tomorrow's tomorrow. 




Thomas H. Whitley 
Ewald Andrew Wiberg 
Jim Charles Widdecke 



Maria Dolores Wilkins 
Charles Edward Willman 
Samuel Aaron Witkin 



Roland G. Woods 





THOMAS H. WHITLEY. January 2, 1946. Washington, D.C. F.B.L.A. 4; Uttermen's Club 3,4; 
Pan American Club 4; Awards Ball 3,4; Color Guard 4; R.O.T.C. Rank Sgt.; Usher Guard 3,4; 
Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Senior Gift Comm. 
4; jr.-Sr. Frolia 3,4; Football 3.4; Canal Zone All Stars 3; Swimming (Intra.) 3; Ping Pong (Intr.i.) 
3.4; Volleyball (Intra.) 5,4; Football Dance 3,4; Boys State 3. 

EWALD ANDREW WIBERG. April 2 9, 1946. New York City, New York. F.T.A. 2,3; Science 
Club 2,3; Boys State 3; Physics Assist. 4; Chemistry Assist. 3; Track 1,2; B.iiul 1,2; Orchestra 1. 

JIM CHARLES WIDDECKF. April II, 1946. Washington, D.C. Lettermen's Club 3, Pros. 4; 
Track 3,4. 

MARIA DOLORES WILKINS. January lu, 194S. Colombia. Chorus 2. 

CHARLES EDWARD WILLMAN. August 3 1. 1946. Valparisn. Indiana. Audio- Visual 4; Chorus 4; 
Glee Club 4. 

SAMUEL AARON WITKIN. June 4, 1945. Ancon, Canal Zone. Lettermen's Club 3,4; Senior 
Activities Comm. 4; Swimming 3.4; Swimming (Intra.) 3.4. 

ROLAND G. WOODS. December 19. 194!. Fort Worth. Texas. Math Club 4; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 4; Senior Ring Comm. 4; 

NORMA MARIE YORK. December 12, 1946. Glencovc. New York. F.N. A. 1; F.T.A. 2.3; Vice 
Pres. 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Science Club 3; Chemistry 
Assist. 3; Cards and Announcements Comm. 4; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Showcase Comm. 1,2.3; 
Basketball (Intra.) 1.2.3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2.3: Parakeet St.iff 4; Glee Club 4; S.A. Rep. 4; 
Safety and Welfare Comm. I; School T.V. Program 1. 



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CECILIA MAGDALENE ZERBINATI. May 29, 1946. Panama, Rep de Panama. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Mu 
Alpha Theta 4; Pan American 1,4; Tomorrow's Secretaries 4; C.C.C. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3.4; 
Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3; Carnival n.incc 2. 



Cecilia Zerbinati 



Additional Senior Pictures 




LINDA BELL. December 7, 194!. Gaffncy, South Carolina. 

ELIZABETH BROWN. March 4, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Basketball All Stars 2; Volleyball All Stars 2,3,4; 
Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Volleyball (Intra) 1,2,3,4; Audio Vis- 
ual 2. 




Linda Bell 



Elizabeth Brown 




JOSEPH CHARLES BREMER, JR. September IS, 1946. Ancon 
Canal Zone. Lettermen's Club 2,3, Vice-Pres. 4; Boys State 3 
Physics Assist. 4; Class Pros. 2,4; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm 
2; Senior Activity Comm 
Track 1,2,3,4; Canal Zone 
1,2,3,4; S.A. Vice-Pres. 3; 
Graduation Usher 3. 



4; Football 2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1 
All Stars 2,3,4; Football Dance Comm 
S.A. Rep. 2; Baccalaureate Marshal 3 



JOHN BUNDY. November 4, 1946. Newport, Rhode Island. 




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John Bundy 





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WARLAND GRIFFITH 



PAUL MEYER 



ROBERT A. OSTRHA. September 
7, 1946. Ancon. Canal Zone. Bas- 
ketball 2; Bawball 3,4. 







LILLIAN ROE 



BRUCE ROGERS 



ROBERT ROWE. January 18 
1946. Camden, New Jersey. 



ROBERT RUSSELL. January 2 5, 
1946. Trenton, New Jersey. 





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RICARDO SANCHEZ. October 
22, 1946. Colon, R. de P. 



CRAIG SEFFENIDES. April 
1946. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 



8. JOAN SILVA 



WILLIAM SHEPARD 








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FIDELLA SOUDERS. October i; 
1946. Denver, Colorado. 



ELIZA STEPHENS. July M, 1946. 
New York City, New York. 



RICHARD WAYNE TEETS. Sep- 
tember 11. 1946. Mt. Pleasant, 
Pennsylvania. Chess Club 2; Natl. 
Thespians 4; Science Club 2; 
Bridge Club 3,4; R.O.T.C. 2; 
Rank Pfc. Usher Guard 2; Foot- 
ball (Intra) 2,3; S.A. Rep. 4; 
N.H.S. 4; Boys State 3. 



RICARDO VECCHIONE. April 
8, 1944. Panama, R. de P. 






MAX VELEZ 



FRED WEADE 



LEE WYMAN. November 16, 
1944. Boston, Massachusetts. 




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SENIOR 




SUPERLATIVES 










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Joe Bremer 



Charlene Hey 



Senior King and Queen 




Teresa Spinelli 



Dan Blackmon 



Most Successful 



Their toil is joy to those that have won success. 




Mary Howe 



Mike Bruce 



Most Intellectual 



Intelligence consists of recognizing opportunity. 




Sue Rathgeber 




Charles McQelland 



Most Courteous 



Courtesy is the ornament of a noble man. 







Paula Leftridge 






Tim Corrigan 



Most Athletic 



The best of the sport is to do the deed, and say nothing. 



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Louise Bailey 



Chuck Curran 



Most Dependable 



There is no dependence that can be sure but a 
dependence upon one's self. 




Linda Hart 



Don Dessert 



Most Attractive 



The outward forms the inward man reveal. 




Lynda Donley 



Richard Wallace 



Neatest 



Neatness is never a mistake. 




Charlie Btlden 



Claire McNaught 



Wittiest 



Comedy is the fountain of sound sense. 




Kenny D-.irlington 



Anayansi Herrera 



Most Talented 



Every man has his gifts, and the tools go to him that can use them. 




Sandy Bauchman 



Tom Whitley 



Friendliest 



The only reward of virtue is virtue; the 
only way to have a friend is to be one. 



HONOR GRADUATES 



Vincente Abea 
Gail Albritton 
Michael Alexander 
Mario Ayala 
Betsy Brown 
Diane Brown 
Daniel Blackmon 
Michael Bruce 
Cynthia Case 
Peggy Cassibry 
Jeannie Colburn 
Michael Colacicco 
Charles Curran 
Donald Dessert 
Ellen Douglas 
Marcia Dubbs 
Ann Christine Edberg 
Barbara Ellis 
Bonita Ensey 
Kathryn Fallon 



Carol Farbman 
Carol Getman 
Jessie Hassler 
Anayansi Herrrera 
Karen Hicks 
Mary Howe 
Lynn Howell 
Diana lanoale 
Barbara Janowitz 
Patricia Janssen 
Judith Jellum 
Jean Kent 
Kathleen Kervin 
Sheila Laporta 
Lorraine Leen 
Diane Lewis 
Jane Lucas 
Charles McClelland 
Claire McNaught 



Jeanne Meyer 
Joanne Meyer 
Sheila Osborne 
Roberta Paterson 
Guillermina Pino 
Constance Pustis 
Elizabeth Reyes 
Joan Schonert 
Nancy Shaver 
Nina Shirer 
Mary Sisak 
Mary Teresa Spinelli 
Richard Teets 
Laura Walton 
Rebecca Webb 
Carol Wentsler 
Fred WeUs 
Ewald Wiberg 
Norma York 
Cecilia Zerbinati 



Graduates Earning Honors in Other 

Schools 



Balboa High School is a cross section of students from all over the 
world. In other schools, many have achieved various honors. The fol- 
lowing seniors have distinguished themselves in this way. 



Nanq' Brown. St. Mary's High School. Lawton, Okla- 
homa. Junior Class Secretary. 

Marilyn Ermish St. Gerard's High School. San Antonio, 
Texas Student Council Officer. 

Robert Howard. Rich High School. Park Forrest, 
Illinois. Wrestling Letter. 

Bill Keene. Lincoln High School. New York City, 
New York. Football Letter. Newark High School. 
Newark, Delaware. Football Letter. 

Jon Klages. Mehlville High School. St- Louis, Missouri. 
Wrestling Letter- 
Jim McKenna. McLean High School. McLean, Vir- 
ginia. Wrestling Letter. Carlisle High School. Carlisle, 
Pennsylvania. Wrestling Letter. 

Jane Lucas. Western High School. Anaheim, Cali- 
fornia. Varsity Tennis Letter. 

Bernard Piaia. Marian High School-. Goldale, Penn- 
sylvania. Baseball Letter- Sophomore Class Officer. 
Student Council Representative. 



Marsha Prevost. Fort Knox High School. Fort Knox, 
Kentucky. Kapa Secretary; (Outstanding member of 
the year) Biology Medal; Band Letter; Physical Edu- 
cation Letter; Majorette Medal; Homeroom Vice- 
President. FayetteviUe High School. Fayetteville. North 
Carolina. Majorette. Ctistobal High School. Coco Solo, 
Canal Zone. Band Letter; Majorette. 

Nancy Shaver- Falls Church High School. Falls Church, 
Virginia. Freshman Class Secretary- George C Mar- 
shall High School. Falls Church, Virginia. Student 
Body President. 

Teresa Spinelli. Institute of Notre Dame. Baltimore, 
Maryland. Freshman Class President. 

John Swain. Madrid Junior-Senior Dependents High 
School. Madrid, Spain. Football Letter. 

Sue Unrau. Acadia Baptist Academy- Eunice, Louisi- 
ana. Sophomore Class Vice-President; Basketball Letter- 
Richard Wallach. Cristobal High School. Coco Solo, 
Canal Zone. Tennis Letter; Swimming Letter. Carlisle 
High School, Carlisle, Pennsylvaniar. Track Letter; 
Wrestling Letter. 



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FOOTBALL 




B.H.S. GRIDMEN 



With only four returning lettermen and a new coach, our team put in a tough year. 
The games weren't won, but it can't be said that B.H.S. lost. If the scores weren't, at 
least the spirit was high. Let's not forget — there will always be a better team to beat 
the champions, but who could defeat our unconquered B.H.S. spirit. 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Tim Corrigan, Bill Keene, Joe Bremer, Tom Whitley, Bill Swanstrom, 
Will Nordstrom, Pete Stevens, Kenny Phillips, Jack Garavanta, George Case, Joe Hunt. SECOND 
ROW: Bob Cleghorn, Dick Wallace, Steve Cunningham, Duke Wilson, Jack Barrett, Bob Daniels, 
Frank Disharoon, Harold Green, Kimbal Robins, Terry Dessert, Dave Albanese, Wayne Leake. THIRD 
ROW: Coach Brown, Harry Albaugh, Ed Wiese, John Rathgeber, Eddie Smithwick, Terry Barber, 
Mike Morrow, Richard Plucker, John Sargent, Coach Rayburn. FOURTH ROW: Mike Plucker, Mike 
Colacicco. 




BALBOA 




BULLDOGS 




Coach Brown 




Ray Miller 




The elbow, Joe, the elboivH 




Governor Robert Fleming presented one 
of B.HS.'s all-stars, Billy Keene, with a 
football trophy after the Palm Bowl game, 
in which the All-Stars defeated CZ- Col- 
lege, 7-6. Ch., Exec. PI. St., Mr. John 
Hollen looks on. 




That's right fellows, use your heads! 




Dessert desserted 



spirit at all the games was high as dem- 
onstrated by a group of B.H.S. boys at 
the Anchor game. 





Don't let him do that, Rick! 




Noui stop, pivot right, duck, then "rots o ruck." 



That's one way of helping, Tom!! 





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On the count of 3. we'll clobber them/ 




From i not bail player i, to cbeerleailers. 




"Check my sexy leg!" 




They look pretty tough, huh?!? 



GIRL'S BASKETBALL 




A LEAGUE CHAMPS 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Barbara Lewter, Sue Willenbrock, Nancy Barcelo, Pat Basham. BACK 
ROW: Carol McCue, Marilyn Le Master, Sue Lessiack, Jackie Lovelady. 



B LEAGUE CHAMPS 



The B league girls basketball team, composed of nine sophomores won two out of 
three games against Cristobal High School. 

In order to play as all-stars from Balboa High School the B league girls, like the 
A league girls, had to play a round-robin tournament against other teams from their own 
class. After winning that tournament the Sophomores had to play two out of three 
games against the Freshman winners to become the B league all-stars. The Juniors had 
to play the Senior winners to become A league all-stars. The B league all-stars were 
Grace Whitney, captain, Pat Chandler, Mitzi Vogel, Jerri Hunt, Mildred Windberg, Par 
Booth, Lisa Atkins, Judy Jernigen, and Carol Sparks. 




What in the world is the ball doing up there? 




I'll take that 




It's not that important, Grace. 




Basketball, Mitzi, not pauy-cake! 



Fooled you again. 





I can't see it anywhere 




Square dance anyone? 



Runaway 




SWIMMING 




Mermaids 




FIRST ROW, l«£t to right: Helen Manning. SECOND ROW: Christie Jenner, Karen Hicks, Jane 
Wilson, Patti O'Brien, Ethelyn Riley. THIRD ROW: Pat Chandler, Sue Dessert, Cindy Case— man- 
ager, Nancy Grube, Sheryl Williams. 



Mermen 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Roark Summerford. SECOND ROW: Robert Star, Jim Gangle, Louis 
Engelkc, Greg Elefterin, Eddie Miranda. THIRD ROW: Sam Witkin, Bentley Jenkins, Jack Hanley, 
Rodger Denny, David Denny. FOURTH ROW: Duncon Summerford, Bob Cleghorn, Eddie Farenback, 
Stew Brown, Duke Wilson. FIFTH ROW: Gary Vaucher, Richard Patton, Harold Little, Steve StangI, 
Gerald Star. SIXTH ROW: Charles McConney, Don Darden, Bob Howard, Don Dessert, Oscar Wild. 




Swami says, "Go North to water.' 



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"Did you see that?!}'!?!" 




Good grief, it's a sivimming orgy 



Oh, I've got a cramp! 





Swan dive??? 





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TRACK 




BALBOA 
BULLDOGS 



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NEW RECORD in the making. Congrat- 
ulations, ]oe! 





The milers start on their journey. 




iMther Quim2 runs hurdles. 



Newcomer to B.H.S. Tal Hibbert 

ivas one of the track team's high- 
jumpers. 




GIRL'S 
VOLLEYBALL 




A League Champs 




FRONT ROW: Gail Albritton. SECOND ROW: Sue Cotton, Paula Lcftridge, Peggy Lane. 
THIRD ROW: Kathi Lavallee, Jane Hearne, Linda Fawcett. 



B League 




FRONT ROW: Mitzi Vogel. SECOND ROW: Linda Newman, Jerri Hunt, Grace Whitney, 
Debbie Wilder. THIRD ROW: Mildred Winberg, Pat Chandler, Bunny Rudeshicm. 




What power!?! 



Tee hee. 





Don't just stand there spike it or something. 



Where do you think you're going, ball? 





Don't let it knock you down, Bunny! 



Ole Faithful gets her chance. 




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Yea, but look at that big tall red head. 



Volleyball not drill team, ]erri. 




BASEBALL 




BALBOA BULLDOGS 




Bulldogs 








Atta boy, Gene, don't let any of them 
get by you. 



Don't stop! So what if the second baseman has the ball. 




"Stop that don't you know I'm ticklish." 





Slide, slide! Oh, for Heaven's sake 
do something. 



VARSITY 
TENNIS 




How is this pose? 



Varsity Tennis 




FRONT, I. to r.: Grace Whitney. Kathy Chandler, Pat Chandler. BACK: Paula Leftrid 
Mrs. Clementine Young, Linda Fawcett, Gail Albritton. 




B.H.S. 
Champions 



The varsity tennis teams from Bal- 
boa High School proved to be too 
much for their opponents again this 
year. The boys team finished the 
season undefeated, and the girls 
added an award of their own to 
the B.H.S. trophy case. 



KNEELING: Dickey Frank. BACK, 1. to r.: Jim Tomanclli, 
Bob Walker, Mike Bruce. NOT PICTURED: Danny Hele. 




You stand on that side this time, Linda. 




What a swing! 



Hey, come back here! 





Close your mouth, Jim! We wouldn't want you to 
swallow the ball. 




Whew! 



It's out, Paula! It's out! 




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Sue Lessiack 




Diana lanoale 



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Marsha Prevost 
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GIRL'S 




TEAM 



Inauguration 
of Officers 




Junior Class Officers 



Freshman Class Officers 





Senior Class Officers 




Sophomore Class Officers 




The Bird's the word! 



THE INAUGURAL BALL 




'Yes, I use Ipana tan!" 




Queen 

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Diane Hindman 



THE CHRISTMAS FORMAL 





Princess Gail Bohannan 



Princess Gail Lynch 



Princess Jane Sumner 



Princess Gloria Wirth 







The Queen and her court. 



And noiv we'll pause . 





Therefore, we should go to the moon. 



He's powdering his nose! 





As I was saying . . . 



I think they're talking about us! 



SADIE HAWKINS 

Sophomores Elect 
LiT Abner and Daisy Mae 




Doris Green and Duke Wilson 




Jerri Hunt 

and 
Jim Nichols 



Debbie Wilder 

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John Rathgeber 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Mike Colacicco, Treasurer; Mary Howe, Vice President; 
Mike Bruce, President; Diane Brown, Secretary. 



KNEELING, 1. to r.; Diane Lewis, Mary Howe, Carol Wentslcr, Jeanie Colburn, Anayansl Herrera, 
Diane Brown, Pat Janssen, Ellen Douglas. SECOND ROW: Mary Claire McNaught, Louise Bailey. 
Nina Shirer, Gail Albritton, Irene Monzon, Carol Farbman, Jody Spinelli. THIRD ROW: Dan Blackmon, 
Chuck Curran, Norma York, Nina Shirer, Marcia Dubbs, Kathryn Fallon, Barbara Janowitz, Connie 
Pustis, Sheila Osborne, Mike Bruce, Peggy Cassibry, Mario Ayala. LAST ROW: David Kimberling, Mike 
Colacicco, Vincente Abea, Charlie McClelland, Dickie Ebdon, Rick Teets, Fred Wells. 




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Secretary 



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Secretary 



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Parrakeet Staff 




STANDING: Patt Earl, Robert Kilpatrick, Betsy Brown, Jim Tomanelli, Pat Jannsen, Gregory Michaelis, 
Sue Brown, Lynda Luke. SITTING: Janet Wright, Valerie Spencer, Kathy Kingsbury, Jane Swasick, 
Norma York, Paula Leftridge, Lynda Donley, Nancy Shaver, and Elizabeth Lane. 




The Parrakeec, Balboa High School's student newspaper, has com- 
pleted another year of outstanding journalism. Under the man- 
agement of editor, Pat Jannsen and assistant editor, Jim Tom- 
nanelli, the Parrakeet staff has endeavored to report the news 
of our school with candor and originality. The staff has been ably 
assisted this year by our sponsor, Mr. Fred Brown. 



Our typists: Becky and Janet. 




Dixieland 




Orchestra 




This year the Orchestra has been the biggest ever in the history of B.H.S. The fine 
performance at the Christmas Concert shows that many hard hours of work and co-opera- 
tion were put into this aaivity. The Spring Concert was also a big success. The Orches- 
tra is ably directed by Victor A. Herr. 




THE BALBOA 



HIGH SCHOOL 



GLEE CLUB 




and CHORUS 



Caribbean 
Girl's State 




CARIBBEAN GIRLS' STATE: FIRST ROW, 1. to r.: L. Walton, M. Hack, P. Leftridge, I. Monzon, 
M. Howe, M. Bartlett, D. Iinole, R. Patterson, C. Wentsler, L. Bailey, Girls' Nation, representative. 
SECOND ROW: M. McNaught, C. Pustis, A. Mayberry, J. Spinelli, D. GiUman, G. Albritton, B. 
Janowitz, P. Grow, C. Farbman. THIRD ROW: B. Bryant, D. Lewis, E. Douglas, L. Fawcett, L. 
Hayden, E. Hanley, J. Meyer, J. Meyer, C. Kapinos. FOURTH ROW: L. Martin, S. Osborne, M. 
Dubbs, P. Janssen, S. LaPorta, K. Fallon, S. Cotton, N. King. 




SMALL PICTURE (l-r) : J. O'Connor, Governor; M. Slotkin, Lt. Governor; 
M. MacConnell, Secretary of State, and C. McNaught, Attorney General. 



Caribbean Girls' State is a training program sponsored 
by the Canal Zone American Legion Auxiliary aimed at in- 
structing the young women of today in the processes of city 
and state government. Based on the theory that the best 
way to learn something is by practicing it. Girls' State is 
held during the Easter vacation when those junior girls who 
have been selected by the advisors of the high schools attend 
a week long session at one of the military reservations in 
the Canal Zone. 

Girls' State is staffed by American Legion Auxiliary 
members who volunteer their time and effort to this enter- 



prise. Aiding them are junior counselors who are veteran 
Girls State citizens who served actively and demonstrated 
leadership qualities during the previous session. 

The principle of "participation study" is activated 
through political campaigns and elections, a mock trial, and 
numerous senate sessions. The Girls' State program reaches 
its climax in the annual election of two representatives to 
Girls' Nation, a special continuation of the Girls' States 
sessions held in Washington, D. C, and dedicated to the 
National Government. 



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BACK ROW, 1. to r.: D. Kimberling, A. Caldwell, B. Reichart, 
D. Darden, J. Bremer, T. Johnston, L. Kirkman, M. Colacicco, 
B. Fisher. SECOND ROW: R. Teets, B. Walker, M. Bruce, 
T. Whitley, D. Deming, T. Gangle, C. Beldcn, C. McClelland, 
V. Alers, E. Wiberg. FRONT ROW: B. Satterwhite, J. Da- 
vila, B. Coy, L. Engelke, G. DePiper, C. Curran, J. Hunt, 
D. Blackmon. 



BACK ROW: Roger Noble, Woody 
Smith, Ivan Klasovsky, William Ache- 
son. FRONT ROW: Alex Heppen- 
heimer, Tom Heppenheimer. 




Charles Curran 

Governor 

Boys Nation Senator 





Michael Bruce 
Lieutenant Governor 




Richard Teets 
Attorney General 




Dennis Deming 
Secretary of State 



Michael Colacicco 
Auditor-Treasurer 




'Democracy Depends On AAe' 



Daniel M. Blackmon 
Speaker of the House 
Boys Nation Senator 





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President — Jeannie Colburn 
Vice-President — Zaida Gonzalez 
Secretary — Margie Ollar 
Treasurer — Irene Monzon 



Point of View Club 





KNEELING, 1. to r.: Gregory Kenningcon, Danny Alcman, EIroy Alfaro, Courtney Wilder, 
Jeanne Meyer, Sec.-Treas.; Paul Meyer, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Zaida Gonzalez, Mary 
Wiese, Linda Campbell, Idette Johnson, Carol Earbman, Pres.; Carol Wentsler, Christina Quiros, 
Marilyn Truitt, Carol Getman, Cora Herrera. THIRD ROW: Lynn Baglien, Kristlna Higgins, 
Virginia Flumach, Ann Winquist, Jody Spinelli, Lorraine Johnson, Jane Swasick. FOURTH 
ROW: Joan Widdeche, Sharon Pohl, Carol Bryson, Kathryn Fallon, Joanne Meyer, Linda 
Fawcett, Tita Milas, Lynn Martin, Louise Bailey, Patricia Fritts. 



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Robert Dryja 
Kathie Chandler 
Ann Winquist 
Diane Brown 



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Club Board 



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Karen Kerr 
Pattie Bittel 
Vincente Abea 
Bob Tarr 
Mary Wiese 
Edna Beechner 
Barbara Janowitz 





Mu 
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Theta 

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Math 

Club 



Howe, Douglas, Lewis, Truit, Flumach, Wiese, Williams, Quiros, Southwell, Spinelli, Winquist, Jano- 
witz, Zerbinati, Tarr, Johnson, Baglien, Botzenmayor, Wentsler, Fallon, Meyer, Vaucher, Jenkins, 
Osbourne, Tilhy, Zelnick, Kerr, Wilson, Grow, Rogers, Meyer, Everson, Haenke, Mr. Small, Mr. Tur- 
ney, Kimberling, Kennington, Sizemore, Meyer, Wilder, Adams, Parker, Daubin, Abea, Fontaine. 
NOT PICTURED: Ayala, Brown, Alburn, Douglass, Herrera, Hirschl, House, Lessiack, Warren. 

The United Nations Club had their pictures taken with members of the O.A.S. Council, Am- 
bassadors J. Plate (Paraguay), E. M. Oribe (Uraguay), and Mr. S. Cottrell (State Dept.) who were 
visiting Panama. 



United Nations Club 




Members of the club I. to r., FRONT: M. Truitt, Recording Secretary; Z. Gonzales, L. Mar- 

tin, President. SECOND ROW: N. Barcelo, C. Farbman, V. Flumach. THIRD ROW: C. Getman, 
P. Leftridge, K. Shroeder. FOURTH ROW: D. Blackmon, K. Fallon, L. Fawcett, Corresponding 
Secretary. FIFTH ROW: S. Osborne, J. Meyer, J. Meyer, S. Genther. LAST ROW: P. Meyer, 
and A. Esterline. 



Letterman's Club 



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FIRST ROW: Steve Cunningham, Geret De Piper, John Morton, 
Luther Quinn, Louis Engelke, Jim Widdecke, Joe Hunt, Fred Perra. 
SECOND ROW: Cohn Bradshaw, Tom Whitley, Victor Alers, Wal- 
ter Monroe, Dick Ebdon, Bob Dessert, Jack Barrett. Bill Swanstrom. 
THIRD ROW: George Case, Bob Baggott, Duke Wilson, Stew Brown, 
Bill Keene, Don Dessert, Jim Riley, and Wayne Leake. 



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Chess Club 







The Chess Club's purpose is to pro- 
mote interest in chess among the stu- 
dents of BHS and to provide the op- 
portunity to play the game. The Club 
sponsors an annual chess tournament 
among its members. 



MEMBERS: Betty Anderson, Eda Beechner, Florinda Beechner, Pat Booth, Sharon Botzenmaycr, James 
Chancey, Robert Cleveland, Terry Conley, Bob Daniel, Billy Danbin, Larry Davis, Mike Dubroff. Glenn 
Evans, Regina Gasperi, Ann Griffin, Susan Hall, Gene Hermanny, Jame Hesters, Roger Hoenke, Jan 
Jensen, Olga Lagassie, Johnn Marti, Al Martin, Charles McConney, Paul Meyer, Paul Richards, Beverly 
Sener, Dick Sillik, Phillip Steers, James Stephan, John Thomson, Tima Torres, David Warren, Bill 
Wiktor, Jerry Worsham, Kathy White. Sponsor: Mrs. Witkin. 



Triple C 



The purpose of this club is to foster 
close bands of friendship between the 
students of the United States and Pan- 
ama. Hablando nos entendemos is the 
club motto (by talking it over we 
understand each other). The main ac- 
tivity of the club is to tutor in Spanish 
and English. Philanthropic social and 
cultural activities are included in the 
yearly programs of the club. 




OFFICERS: Kenny Darlington, President; Paula Leftridge, Public Relations Officer; Santos Samson, 
Vice-President; Griselda Vasnick, Secretary; Susan Statler, Assistant Secretary; Priscilla Brown, Treas- 
urer, and Mary Lou Watkins, Assistant Treasurer. 




Our leader 




Diana lanoale 


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Mater 


President 

Mina Pino 

Vice President 



Pam Brown — Treasurer 
Carol Kapinos — Secretary 



Becky Webb — Historian 
Betsy Brown — Reporter 



Tomorrow's Secretaries 



FIRST ROW: E. Bright, C. Zerbinati, J. 
Hassler. SECOND ROW: E. Reyes, D. 
lanoale, P. Best. THIRD ROW: J. Kent, 
Mrs. De La Mater, P. Brown, C. Kapinos. 

FOURTH ROW: M. Pino, J. Thompson, 
E. Buenafe, B. Webb, J. Holgerson. FIFTH 
ROW: L. Hart, N. Shirer, J. Myers, P. 
Kintner. 




Coffee-making, a skill in the office? 





TOMORROWS SECRETARIES CLUB 

One of B.H.S.'s newest clubs, the Tomorrow's Secretaries 
Club, began with an active year. The club is composed of mem- 
bers of the Advanced Shorthand class. Mrs. Vivian De La Mater, 
class instructor, also acted as the club's sponsor. For its main 
project of the year the club organized the Secretarial Center 
whereby the students used their acquired business skills to help 
teachers. This proved to be very beneficial to teachers and of 
invaluable experience to the students. Other activities of the 
year included a tour of the Administration Building and a party. 
The elected officers of the 1963-64 school year were: President — 
Diane lanoale, Vice-President — Mina Pino, Secretary — Carol 
Kapinos, Treasurer — Pam Brown, Historian — Becky Webb, and 
Reporter — Betsy Brown. 



Tomorrow's secretaries at work. 



F.NA 




President, Jean Brady; Vice-President, Francie Dignam; Secretary, Jean Bouchc; Treasurer, Sheila Os- 
borne; Sponsor, Mrs. Prevost; Janet Perry, Linda Perry, Christina Quiroz, Kathleen White, Ann Grif- 
fin, Pam Higgins, Lois Denton, Robyn Hammeter, Laurie Glass, Alicia McMurray, Diana Haky, Dolores 
Barnes, Karen Forehand, Nidia Husted, Violet Steller, Judy Trainor, Lorraine Johnson, Kathy Warren, 
Elizabeth Steller, Kathy Roblins, Nancy Cotton, Carol Wentsler, Diana Bramlett. Jan Fitzwilliam, Mar- 
cella Hawk, Margareta Jilli, Barbara McGrath, Katherine Grardina, Susan Charbonneau, Bobbie Bur- 
ger, Judy Walton, Eleanor Young, Diane Oilman, Karen Klages, Carole Lopez, Olgo Stone, Fran Fitz- 
william, Gail Harrison, Janice Wilson, Cheryl Waide, Sylvia Perra, Lerlene Hayden, Molly La Grave, 
Phyllis Warner, Jackie Lovelady, Anita Kinner, Betsy Bell, Edna Glass, Gloria Duke, Sandra South, 
Kathy Jones, Jenny Barkena, Agnes Proback, Brenda Sue Luke, Charlotte Flinchbough, Antia Malenc, 
Vera Hanchen, Donna Larson, Pinky Garcia, Mary Jackson, and Cathy Smith. 

Slide Rule Club 




FIRST ROW: Don Dessert, President; Helen W.ildr.iii, Vice-President; David Ricker, Trenton 
Price, Travis Price, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Bob Wheeler, Gene Hermanny, Bob Dessert, 
Richard Casey. THIRD ROW: Mike Gurncy, Fernando Ostrea, Terry Conly, and Arnold 
Talbott. 



The Folksinger's Club 





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The Folksinger'i grotip in the middle of "Tom Dooley" 



THE OFFICERS, 1. to r.: Corkcy Ficzeri 
(Coordinator), Alan Proctor (President), 
Mike HoUen (Vice-President), Linda Fus- 
sell (Secretary-Treasurer). 



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Have you ever heard some favorite song drifting through the halls of the music building 
on a Monday afternoon? Probably it was the new Folksinger's Club in session. With 
a membership of close tu a hundred, it meets every second Monday to discuss, sing or 
listen to some phase of Folk Music. The club's purpose is to promote a better under- 
standing of Folk Mtisic and the part it plays in America today. The club is new this 
year and the fifty members above hope to continue it throughout the coming years. 



F.T.A. 




President — Jane Swasick 
V.-President — Norma York 
Sec. -Treasurer — Betty Bryant 
Sponsor — Mrs. Ruby Bissett 

Aim — We study the qualities that are basic to successful 
teaching and the advantage of working in various grade 
levels. 

Program — Guest speakers, experts in different subjects 
and grade levels, addressed the club. Members have 
given reports on famous teachers, new books on educa- 
tion, and new teaching methods. 

Highlights — We gave a Christmas party for Panamanian 
children in an elementary school near Juan Diaz. The 
club furnished refreshments, entertainment, and gifts. 
F.T.A. members have been assigned to particular teachers 
in the Balboa Elementary School to observe the teachers 
and children at work, and to assist in some routine tasks. 
1963-64 has been a very successful club year for F.T.A. 



'\e Cercle Francais' 




FRC1NT, I. t,. r.; F. jilli, B. Gall.i. t-. C:anipbfll, Z. Gun/aliv, I. lohnion. MlDDl.K: F. Monterroso, 

H. Grwn, I- Ri//o, O. Stone, S. lljUL-hm.in, L. Howt. V. Mclntire, H. Daniel. T. Smith, B. S.ilonick. 

B. Parker, C. Smith, C. Hcrrcra, L. Naar. BACK: M. liMi, Y. Flerrcra, A. Hertz, J. Hassler. M. 
Hoffman. 

OFFICERS: President, Linda Naar; Vice President, Moniea Me>er; Secretary, Cora Herrera; Treasurer. 
Idette Johnson. 

MKMBFRS NOT PICTURFD: M. Meyers. E. Alfaro. B. Brannan, T. Milas. I. Mora. Y. Mora. L. 
Leen, K. Kervin. C. Getman, A. Edberj;, L. Ba.iuie, V. Allemano. R. Allemano, R. l.a Fuente, M. 
Calleja. N. Kinj;, B. Daubin. 



Girls Athletic Association 








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Gail Albntton, President; Linda Fawceit, V. Pros.; 
Jackie Lovelady, Sec; Pat Basham, Rec. and Pauh 
l.efirid^ic. Cxjordin. 



Bridge Club 




FIRST ROU', 1. to r.; L,. buwarl, U. lajiulc, L. Campbell, L. laibiuan, i. Spinclli, E. Stcphan. 
SECOND ROW: S. Hcimcr, C. Kap.nos, E. Dudley, L. Hailey, M. Wclsc, T. Lockhart. THIRD 
ROW: S. Osborne, H. Daniels, B. Ellis, M. Truitt, C. Bryson. FOURTH ROW: A. Stitch, L. Mar- 
tin, C. McNaught, President. FIFTH ROW: A. Esterlinc, M. Osborne, A. Martin, K. Chandler, Vice- 
President. 



Future Homemakers of America 



This is tiie first year Balboa High has had 
an F.H.A. Club. The F.H.A. has eight pur- 
poses with the overall purpose being to help 
individuals improve personal, family, and 
community living. 




FIRST ROW: Nancy King, Carol McCue, Kay Snoudcn, C;i- 
miiie de Camp. SECOND ROW: Charloue Stanley, Mary Ann 
Donaldson, Nancy Donaldson, Dianna Bramlctt. THIRD ROW: 
l.inda King, Francie Digham, Barbara Toolhman. Jackie I.ove- 
lady, Patty Fritts. Nancy Cotton. FOURTH ROW: Fancy 
Saunders, Gloria U'iison, Vesta Rodgers, Lauri Glass, Mary 
Anita Spinelli. Members not shown: Roberta Patterson, Linda 
Huff, Delores Schmidt, Jennie Riesch, Melanic Tarflinger, I.yn- 
dell Sellens, Sandra Wood, Alice Cann, Lenore Armijo, Pauline 
Pyer. Sponsors; Mrs. Latimer, Mrs. Norton. 



SPOR 



FIRST ROW, 1. to r.: Sandra Palcnchar. 
Kathy Warren, Carole Lopez, Sharon Sam- 
son. ECOND ROW: Anita Spinelli, Pat 
Hannigan, Diane Gilman, Molly LaGrave. 
THIRD ROW: Beverly Keene, Sharon Pohl, 
Betty Salonick, Lorraine Johnson. LAST 
ROW: Santos Samson, Daniel Blackmon. 

CAMERA SHY: Richard Prevost, Fli/abcth 
Brannon, Marjorie Scncr, Teres.! Spinelli. 




The purpose of the SPOR is to 
better acquaint ourselves with 
classical culture of Greece and 
Rome and to apply this knowl- 
edge to modern times. 




OFFICERS: FIRST ROW, 1. to r.: Sharon 
Pohl, Corrs. Sec; Santos Samson, Treas.; 
Carole Lope?, Consul. SECOND ROW: I or- 
raine Johnson, Consul; Anita Spinelli, Rec. 
Sec. 



Library Club 




President, Gretchen Boehinj;; Secretary, Miruni Bateman. 



Drama Club and Thespians 




FRONT ROW: (Thespians) Jon Swain, Mary Crego, Anthony White, Sarah Runnestrand, Bill Single- 
ton, Janet Fields, Louis Adams, Lorraine Leen, James Bay, Michael Alcxadncr. ALSO PICTURED: 
(Drama Club) D. Aleman, M. Saunders, R. Casey, J. Lansford, J. Cooper, F. Wejde. L. Campbell, [. 
Walton, T. Lockhart, L. Medcalf, M. Bremer, C. Alpert, P. Lieser, A. Stitch, L. Fussell, L. Walton, 
M. Dubbs, S. Hanley, P. O'Brien, L Johnson, K. Kervin, D. Warren, R. Lindo, B. Wombell, J. Wid- 
dccke, C. Bryson, L. Saunders, M. Weise, M. Braswell, J. Rizzo, S. Rathgeber, P. Hamill, H. Daniels. 



This year, as always, the Drama Department has worked hard to give Balboa High 
a good sample of theater art. 

Under the sponsorship of Ray Greene four members of the Drama Club were "pro- 
moted" to National Thespians. 

The officers for the 1963-1964 school year were: LORRAINE LEEN (President) 
MICHAEL ALEXANDER (Vice-President), KIM RICHARDS ( Sec.-Treas. ) . 



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3est Wishes to the Class of 196^: 




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BAZAR ESPANOL 

to the Students of 
BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL 

Central Ave. 13-80 




DIABLO 

BEAUTY SHOP 



Box 998 Balboa 
Tel.: Balboa 1322 



Call for on Appointment 





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CASA BHULAR 



Box 1491 Panama 



Tel. 2-3446 



GIFT SHOP AIR CONDITIONED 

22-07 Central Avenue 22-07 
Plaza 5 de Mayo 




Compliments of 



BALBOA 

BEAUTY SHOP 

Manager Betty Roe 



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RIVIERA 

FINE FABRICS STORE 

"J" Street, Panama City 



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A N C O N GREENHOUSE 




\ Morgan's Gardens 



Box 5009, Balboa Phone: 2-2390 




Congratulations and Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1964 




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A new dance? 



The overseer! 





Have a problem? 



Smirk! 




Working or eating? 




She didn't like the way 1 cheered. 




Where am I going? 



An apple a day 



Busy at work? 





They really do dance that ivay! 



Aw, ple-e-ese. 





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Nothing like making yourself at home! 





Everybody's going someivhere. 






The lips and downs of it. 





Car? . . . We don't know anything about a car! 





Must have been another elephant joke. 



Look out girls, they're at it again. 






Oh, it's you again. 



A surplus of burlap bags? 



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Fufmiest Face Battiest Eyelashes Lousiest Physique 



Biggest Flirt Best Looking Eyebrows j^^g^i Unco-ordinated 



Biggest Mouth Most Couth ^°^^ ^^°^ 

Your Personal Hall of Fame 

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